Adopt Finn a Orange or Red Tabby Domestic Shorthair (short coat) cat in Toronto
DOB June 15, 2018. Finn is a stunning, super soft, easy going, guy! Finn is patient, affectionate and energetic! He loves giving his foster mum and dad head butts, he enjoys having his luscious coat brushed and he’s always up for a play session with a cat wand, squeaky toy or bell ball. Finn doesn’t love being picked up, cradled or smothered, but once he warms up to them he loves kneading his humans and sitting next to or on top of them while they work, his primary love languages are head butts and purrs. 1 of Finn’s favourite pastimes (other than catnaps ofc) is gazing outside the window and gossiping about the comings and goings of the neighbours. Finn is an active, playful cat who has not indicated any signs of being aggressive or rough when playing with humans this leads his foster mum to believe that he could also make a sweet companion for kids over 6. Finn is social and doesn't run away or hide when visitors come over. Finn is very great at using the litterbox, he loves scratching jute rope posts and sniffing/licking his catnip pouch. Finn is very cooperative when it comes to grooming and will let you brush him and clip his claws without resistance or complaint as long as you’re gentle. While in the foster home Finn was fed grain-free kibble twice a day, a schedule which he stuck to without making a fuss. Finn loves treats and coconut oil as occasional snacks or rewards for nice behaviour! Finn is very curious and likes to sniff plants, he behaves when deterred from chewing on them, but ideally plants which could be toxic and cause him harm should be kept out of reach. Finn had a negative experience being adopted by someone who didn’t follow proper protocols when it came to introducing a new cat to a two-cat household. As a result, Finn was placed in foster care once more to recover, reassess whether he could get along with other cats and try again at finding his forever home. After being properly and (most importantly) gradually introduced to them, Finn got along wonderfully with the 2 cats (one two y/o male and one 1.5 y/o female) in his foster home and will definitely be missed when he joins his long term family! Finn is very friendly and affectionate towards his foster siblings. He loves playfully ambushing his foster brother which sometimes results in little tiffs, probably why he wrongfully got a reputation as a troublemaker who could not get along with other cats! Finn also loves grooming his foster brother and would make a adorable companion to another cat as long as they are properly introduced to each other and given time to bond. Finn would love to join your family soon!
August 1 on Adopt-a-Pet.com