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Elf cat for sale!

My friends dad got the last one left. I don't really want to see it go, but if that's what will happen...I'll take the kitten that comes after it. He just might have to work his way back into my heart.

If you want to help, I'll go to FFL tomorrow and see if I can get a deal for him.

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I've had a FTM (female to male) cat for many years, but I don't think I'd want it living in the same house as me, even if it was as sweet as this one (or was he or she a girl before surgery???) He used to beg from the living room to the kitchen, and I used to sit in the kitchen for hours... and he would beg from me, even the bathroom!

My wife and I rescued a cat from a shelter when he was a kitten and he's been a part of the family ever since. It's been over a year now and he still hasn't gotten to be really big. He's still tiny, but as adorable as ever. He has no idea that we would even think of getting a kitten and would probably think it was nuts. His name is Scooter and he's a purebred Mne Coon. I'm afrd to get another cat. Do you know of anyone selling a littermate or a little boy and a little girl? The only thing I know of, that I might want, is a rescue here in the state of Arizona that has a kitten for sale (with a litter) that would probably go for around $300 and another for around $450. I love animals, but I don't think I can handle more at this time. I just don't want to be surrounded by cats at all. Even a one year old or so would be fine with me, if it's really a boy or a girl. What do you think? I would just LOVE to have another cat, but I just don't know how to go about doing it. It is what it is, I guess.

I also don't want a kitten now. So I guess that's what I'll have to settle on.

I have a 3-year-old son that is always at my feet. My wife and I found him as a stray when he was 1 year old. He has a very happy go lucky personality. We call him the "Lucky Cat" because whenever we go anywhere, he is always the first one to walk into the house. His name is Lucky. He's a very loving cat, and always seeks out attention. I can't expln how I became such a cat person. This is a very good thing for him, as he gets an unlimited amount of attention from me and my wife. I feed him in the morning, evening and night, if he is hungry. When he's here, he gets his "silly time" which consists of catnip toys, a squeaky toy, soft cushions and a "fuzzy" pillow for him to sleep in at night. He's very quiet here. My wife and I think he should stay in my son's room because it's the only place he's really comfortable. He has a litter box in his room, and his own "cat space" in a corner of the room. His litter box gets emptied twice a week, and we keep it scrupulously clean.

Lucky gets along well with my son and other cats. Whenever we have visitors, he is very outgoing, and can greet them immediately. He also gets along well with dogs.

He does have a few "cat nips," but he's a very mellow cat, and very affectionate. He's not going to go out and attack people or other animals. In the rare case that he does try to attack, we are very careful about what we do, and we use our hands. Because I think he should be an indoor cat, we've done everything to accomodate him, and this is where he loves to be. We don't have a fenced yard here, and even our neighbors have cats, so it's easy for Lucky to go in and out as he pleases. He's very trusting, and is always looking for us to be with him. He is very smart, but doesn't really need much in the way of trning. All he needs is a quiet home, and people who are willing to give him the love he is sure to give back. If you've ever been around a cat, you know how nice it can be. He is truly a gift.

Lucky is a very playful and loving cat. We have a few very energetic "babies" in our family and he was very tolerant of them and even playfully entertned them in a playful manner. He loves to be involved with something and has an even tempered energy level. He is a smart boy who learns very quickly.

I would recommend Lucky to anyone who wants a "pet-friendly" home where they can keep an indoor cat and still live in a busy area of the city.

Meet Lucky

Age: 9 mons.

Color: cream, tabby, and gray.

Likes: food, attention, playing with other cats, climbing, and napping.

Dislikes: not being let out.

Lucky is an indoor-only cat. We live in a very busy area of Seattle, and there is always something going on around us. He lives in our bedroom. This bedroom is his indoor play and hideaway, and when we want him to come out he usually does.

We always let him out of his room at night and that seems to work well for him. We have a dog, and we are quite friendly with him.

Lucky is a VERY smart cat. He understands us when we talk to him and plays with toys and us when we play with him. He is great with other cats and has had some brief lessons in litterbox cleaning. He hasn't had an owner in quite some time, so his manners are pretty good, even though we have had to put him in his kitty condo for some time recently.

We got Lucky for Christmas 2009, and he just adores us. He even lets us pick him up and move him around the house, and he loves to come on our bed at night. He'll wake us up if he wants attention and will let us pet him and play with him, but he has to have his needs met first. He loves to nap on our bed and he'll often curl up to get as much of us into his body as he can.

Lucky's favorite toy is his special fuzzy "Pawtastic Kitty" toy. He loves to bat and chase it, but he never gets away from it and he doesn't want it to go away. He also plays with "Turtle Biscuit" and "Omni-Cat."

Lucky is almost three years old, and he is healthy. His weight is perfect and his eyes are clear. We just want to share Lucky with his person!

"The kitties are cute. And a big, big, big THANK YOU to the foster family that gave all the kitties up! I know you have a great furever home for them


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