Meet Slater! (Must go with Sidi)

I am good with children: Don’t Know
Age of Children:
I am good with dogs: Don’t know
I am good with cats: Yes Don’t know
Things pet likes: Fishing pole cat toys are Slater’s favorite, ball cat toys, basically any cat toy otherwise for them both.
Things pet doesn’t like: Slater is not a fan of being picked up. Sidi doesn’t mind it as much once she’s comfortable with you.
Positive qualities pet has: Very cuddly and playful. Loves attention and playtime, will cuddle up next to you on the couch or bed.
Reason for rehoming pet: Slater and Sidi are bonded. We’ve had them for about 6 months, and despite our best efforts and vet guidance, they still don’t get along with our other 2 cats that we’ve had for years. It seems to be personality clashes (high energy/outgoing versus more reserved and shy). Slater and Sidi are very bonded and play well together, but they may not do well with other cats. They are both good with new people pretty quickly and will play and cuddle with new people after a little warm up time. They have not been exposed to children or dogs as far as we know.
Kind of home pet needs: These 2 need owners who want to give them a lot of attention and play time. They’re very cuddly and high energy, and want a lot of your love. They seem to have some jealousy of other cats in the house, so these 2 may do best as your only cats. 


Gender: Male
Age: around 2 years old Years
Breed: Domestic shorthair
Claws: Has claws
Pet is fixed: Yes
Pet is current on Rabies: Yes
Pet is current on Distemper: Yes


For more details contact:

Heather
6086285805
cettemoi@gmail.com
OSHKOSH, WI 54901-3761

Please note the animals in these listings have not been assessed medically or behaviorally by OAHS. If you are considering bringing a new pet into your home, we strongly encourage you to request vet records from the previous owner. If you are considering adopting an exotic type animal like a lizard, turtle, snake or bird, etc., please be sure to explore the kind of housing, diet, and medical care they will need and the expected life span of the species.