Skills: sleeping on his back, snorting, and grabbing his own tail from between his legs.
Arrival Story: I was volunteering at my local shelter, and the first day I was there, I fell in love with a letharigic big boy who loved giving headbutts and sleeping. No one seemed to want this sweet guy because he had a sensitive stomach, terrible diarrea, and needed special food. Finally I couldn't stand it anymore and showed up one day and demanded he be mine. I took him home and he's been my joy ever since.
A little update for all you catsters! Since i've had him over the past 5 months he is almost a different cat than in the Shelter! He was very sleepy and slow and would hide there and now he is a big nutty goofball! He loves playing with his new Kitty pal Squeekie, and he still loves giving headbutts, and has added love bites to his repitiore of affection. His digestive problems are much much better now, with the help of good food and some digestive health suppliments! Thanks to everyone that has helped me out with his problems over the past few months! Its looks like he doesn't have IBD after all because he is gaining weight and is on no perscription medicine, and he just had some food allergies that are being taken care of. He is very happy and playful and loves his new home and new friends!
Bio: Phil also has the biggest pink nose of any cat I've ever seem, and he uses it to snuff, snort, and sigh a lot. He also makes adorable little grunting sounds when hes struggling to do something, like grab his tail or squirm out of your arms.
UPDATE! I now know that even though Phil doesn't listen to a think I say, he is a very quick learner. he has managed to learn all of Squeaky's bad habits, and is now a thunderous three year olf of a cat and is always getting into trouble. What happened to that sweet little cuddle lump from the shelter? La sigh, how they grow up.