Photo Comments Age: 11 Years Sex: Male Weight: 15 lbs.
Leave a treat for Toby
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August 25th 2002
Eating, always looking for some food to eat. Likes getting in the way and being underfoot.
Empty food dish and not getting his dinner on time.
He doesn't play alot like he use to when he was younger. Sometimes he plays with sponge balls. But Toby will play if someones plays with him.
Favorite Nap Spot:
His favorite spot on top of cupboard, ontop of the bed, on the freezer, on the kitchen table or sometimes on the balcony on the chair if the weather is nice out.
He likes variety of foods, eats both moist and kibbles. Toby will eat some human food and likes lunch meat. Yogurt (which he isn't supposed to have) and whipped cream.
A few times he has turn of the kitchen light and once the bathroom light. But he hasn't learn to turn the light back on.
I volunteer at the Humane Society grooming the cats twice a week. There was this black/white cat about 4 or 5 years old. He was friendly, playful and a great lap-kitty. My mom always wanted a cat that lays on laps. Poor kitty, he has been waiting in the shelter for awhile. People that come into the shelter, just walk right by his cage. Not even stopping by his cage to say hi. I felt really sorry for him and I wanted to adopt him myself. I couldn't stop thinking about him and he did need a home really bad. I told my mom about him and I show a picture on the internet. So we decided to go down there to see if he was still waiting at the Humane Society. We got down to see if he was still there. We got down there and walked right into the cat adoption room. I noticed right away, he was in the cage by the door for us. She brushing him while he was on her lap. He supposed to have a heart murmur but I still wanted him. I got the adoption form and a number. We were waited there for awhile. It was too late by the time are number was called. The paperwork was gone and he was already taken. I wasn't leaving there without a cat. Another one I saw, he/she was a gray/white and had the extra toes. I wanted him/her but the paperworks were gone. Then there was this tabby, 8mos old so my mom decided on him. It only took 30mins to do are interview. We were approved and a suitable match. The guy put him into a box and brought the kitty to the back to get his microchip. Only took a few minutes and we payed at the front desk. He was on his way to his new home to meet his two kitties friends.
On April 21/02 we adopted Toby. He was already declawed on all four paws and had one broken foot when we got him. The owner surrender because they had allergy to the cat. Only had him for 2mos. She probably didn't liked the cat because he does get in the way alot. It said on the paperworks that he jumped off the shoebox and that is how he broke his foot. But I don't believe that, she probably got mad at him and threw him downstairs. He doesn't like heights, gets scare if you pick him off of the balcony. The veteriarian usually don't do declawing on all four paws, only the front ones. The cats need the back claws to scratch themselves when they get itchy. I'm totally against declawing and what do you guys think about declawing. Please let me know!! E-mail me at email@example.com. PS. He is a happy cat and gets spoil!!
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