Pet-Peeves: other male cats in his territory (especially his litter box)
Favorite Toy: Da bird, laser light
Favorite Nap Spot: bed or windowsill
Favorite Food: Purina One Indoor formula & urinary care formula
Skills: can disappear quickly when vacuum cleaner is turned on
Arrival Story: Pyewacket came to our house from Jacksonville, Fl in a round about way. His owner passed away and the owner's daughter didn't want him. A friend ended up with him, but he didn't get along with her dog. She didn't know what to do, so I took him in not realizing he wouldn't get along with my cats. I named him Pyewacket after a Siamese cat in "Bell, Book and Candle" a 50's movie. He craves attention and follows me around the house when he isn't napping or eating. Hi likes to be pet and purrs a lot.
Bio: Pyewacket continues to remain part of my feline family, but he still shows territorial aggression towards 3 of my male cats, despite the pheromone collars they are all wearing. I have tried reintroducing him with little success. He has his good days and his bad days, so I must separate them whenever I am not home. He is such a sweet and loyal cat that I am sure he would make a great companion for an elderly person who only wants one cat. He does get along with some of my other cats, but I don't know why. He is still in excellent health, except for over grooming because of stress caused by being around so many other cats.