Birth date: 05/2016
Needs feline companion: NoDescription:
OSCAR is a friendly, social kitty. He has incredibly soft fur which feels like silk when you pet them. Oscar is not shy but may need a little time and space to explore things on his own before he feels comfortable. Once he's comfortable, he will greet you at the door when you some home. Until recently, Oscar was paired up with his sister, Julia (posted separately). However, over time these siblings have become less compatible and will be happier as single kitties in separate homes.
Oscar has beautiful sea green eyes. He has a sweet personality and is up for cuddles when he's in the mood. Oscar likes to look out windows to watch what's happening outside. He also likes to play but prefers interactive play with people rather than initiating play on his own. He seems to need his prey to move around on its own…wave a cat dancer around and Oscar will go nuts! Even though Oscar is generally sweet, he can get a little testy with a nip or swat if you pet him or move him when he wants to be left alone. So no young children for this playful boy.
Oscar has food and/or environmental allergies that cause bumps on his neck and chest. He's under the care of a veterinary dermatologist and is being treated with hypo-allergenic food and medication (Atopica). Since being on this combination, Oscar has had no outbreaks. Oscar is a food hound and gobbles up his liquid medication without even knowing it, so medicating this boy is easy.
Oscar needs an adult-only home since he can be a bit temperamental. He needs a patient caretaker who will let him settle in and do his own thing until he acclimates. Once he settles in, his true personality will emerge. Oscar has a very strong food and prey drive so lots of toys, interaction and games and meals on a regular schedule keep him happy.
We are waiving the adoption fee for Oscar due to his allergies.
OK with dogs:
OK with kids:
Needs a foster:
Special needs information:
Oscar has allergies that are 100 percent controlled with special food and medication