If Baci is lucky enough to be rehomed, I can provide his paperwork, free delivery, any remaining hard food and wet food, his toys, his scratch post, a cat bed, cat litter, and a litter box.
Baci is a very sweet and affectionate boy that loves to cuddle and be pet. He especially likes a good scratch under his chin. As an indoor cat, Baci is great company and will follow you around your home to be by your side (sometimes even to the bathroom!). He will surely keep you warm at night and will snuggle up on your chest if you let him. It is no secret when Baci is feeling content- his soothing purrs can be easily heard! Baci can be held/picked up and he never bites, scratches, or attacks people or other animals even if provoked. Baci will simply walk away if he is overstimulated/overwhelmed. Like most cats, being in a car makes Baci very uncomfortable. He will vocalize when he is experiencing discomfort by meowing/crying. Baci does not like taking baths but he is docile when I cut his nails. On the contrary, Baci has an incredibly playful nature and he absolutely loves to chase a laser! Baci is gentle with babies, toddlers, young and old children (though he normally prefers to avoid them). He is super friendly with good-natured teens, pleasant adults, and tolerates other cats that live in the same home. Oddly enough, Baci also gets along well with hamsters (a previous roommate of mine owned a hamster). Baci can be territorial when he sees/encounters stray cats, but he will, at most, hiss and try to make himself look bigger by fluffing up his fur. Fortunately, Baci does not destroy furniture or mark his territory! A simple scratching post will do the trick. Baci’s favorite hobbies include sitting on windowsills, eating wet and dry cat food, playing with cat toys, catching bugs, and receiving lots of hugs and kisses.
Created On: 03-07-2020
Updated On: 03-07-2020
Microchip # 2147483647
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