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Sea Salt

  • Status Available for adoption
  • Adoption Fee $175
  • Age 2 years old
  • Sex Male
  • Breed DSH
  • Size Medium
  • Location Ottawa Central
  • Gets along with Cats
  • Prefers home without Children Teens
  • Training Litter trained

Sea Salt is available for adoption to a quiet, adult only home with another cat to provide companionship.

Sea Salt is a two-year old former stray. He has black and white fur that is as soft as a new kitten. He is incredibly affectionate with the other cats in the house. He takes his cues from them on who and what to trust. He is more likely to bond and trust with another companion cat around. At first Sea Salt was very shy, curious, but shy and would keep his distance from people. However, once Sea Salt got settled and comfortable, his very playful side came out. Although he is two he still has lots of energy and loves to chase balls, toys, and other cats up and down the hall and under the couch. He has never been aggressive towards any of the other cats or humans. He is quickly finding his crackly little voice and likes to talk to the people first thing in the morning. As he has gained in confidence he has started to become more adventurous. He likes to see what the people and cats are doing and does not like to be left alone in a room or if there is a closed door. He will paw at doors to try and get them open especially if there is a cat or person on the other side. He is still a bit shy and isn’t quite a lap cat. He would much rather lay in a window or on a shelf or in the middle of the hallway. However, as long as he isn’t startled he is more than happy to receive all the head pets possible. He is still figuring out if he likes belly rubs. He is shy but once he learns to trust he is a goofy affectionate kitty with the softest fur. He would be most happy with another cat he could look to for guidance and possibly play. He has so much love to give both people and other cats and every day shows this more and more.

Please note that our cats under a year and many of our adult cats have to be adopted out in pairs or into homes with another feline companion.

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