Photo Comments Age: 11 Years Sex: Male Weight: 18 lbs.
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Caesar, Big Boy
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|-mixed breed||-part feral||-cat rescue|
April 4th 2003
He loves to "play hunt" with his toys, guard the door, and chase his sister (sunni) around
People entering our home, children
A simple long black string dangled infront of him
Favorite Nap Spot:
on the back of the couch facing the window where its sunny
He will try anything once but particularly likes tuna, broccoli, rice
The cat is a genius. He is a good judge of character. If he doesn't like someone, chances are they are shady.
Just because I was ferral didn't mean I deserved to die. Thats what my mommy said. She insisted I could be trained and loved and not violent. Well, thats partially true...
Caesar is a fiercely loyal cat. He can be the sweetest most loving animal I ever encountered. However, strangers, children, and generally bad people beware. He guards our home like its his only purpose in life. He does NOT like the vet. Just for an exam Caesar must be put under. He's 18 lbs of lean muscle with those wild eyes and pointy ears. He's been one of the greatest blessings in my life. Ferral cats do not all need to be killed. Mine is living proof that they can acclimate to a home enviroment.
Caesar was one of the many ferral cats in the neighborhood when I found him. Animal control was in the process of clearing out the area. They load the cats up and take them to the pound to be immediatly executed. I managed to get this big boy inside (even as a kitten he was huge!) My vet insisted he was a bob cat and needed to be released but on second opinion another vet said he's just an enormous ferral cat. The rest is history...
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Et tu Brute?
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|August 7th 2010
||More than 3 years!
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