Tallahassee is a spunky, extroverted, adventurous playful kitty.
This kitty enjoys playing with dogs and he and Rimmer will chase each other through-out the family room!
Tallahassee can wear Rimmer out!
Tallahassee is good with cats and other kittens but he sure does like to play. He is more into the rumpus and chase sort of play.
He is good with people but not much of a lap cat right now. He does like to be petted and will curl up on the couch with us for a short nap.
He has been very good with our five year old grand-twins while they visit over the holiday but then they are really active too!
Tallahassee is a male, a long hair gray and white with tuxedo markings. He first came to us back in August and was adopted quickly which was no surprise because he is just so cute. But he was too much for the two small Chihuahuas so he came back to us this past November. At first he was angry and sulky so we kept him in a cage. But after about a week he came around and was purring and wanting attention so we let him out and he has been out of his cage and enjoying life every since!
He does a lot of running, like across the top of the couch and up to the window sill. He especially finds it fun when the dogs chase him or he chases them. So far only Rimmer and Bailey like this game of catch or be caught by the kitty. They do not like it when he goes up high leaving them watching him with their noses in the air. So, whoever adopts this boy may not want breakables out and about!
Tallahassee will need other animals, maybe some kids and people who will play with him, entertain him, make toys for him and that sort of thing. He is just an over the top active kitten who sees life as an adventure to be fully lived!
Tallahassee is available for adoption. If you are interested, please fill out an application and email it to us as an attachment.
Click here for adoption application.
Medical: He is neutered, and up to date on shots.
He has been tested for Feline Leukemia and has Revolution put on him once a month.
Adoption fee: $75
Soft Claws: Because PetsConnect has moved to a no-declaw policy, we are using soft claws as a training tool for
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