Adoption Date: 7/25/2019
Intake Date: 1/25/2019
Adoption Announcement: 7/25/2019
Hi everyone, it’s Sleek. You all know me because I’ve been at Safe Place since January. Currently the longest resident…UNTIL NOW! Whew, they finally did it. Found me a great home. I was getting cabin fever being cooped up in here so long. Now I get to roam FREEEEE! I will be living on a farm with lots of other animals. Since I was an indoor/outdoor cat before, I’m used to being outside and now I will be allowed out during the day. At night time I’ll be in the barn with Archie and Abigail, the other barn cats. I also have lots of other animal company to keep me occupied: one horse, six goats, three peafowl, 16 chickens, two turkeys and two geese. So I won’t be bored anymore. I’ll spend some time getting to know the lay of the land, I understand those turkeys can be pretty nasty if you don’t give them the respect they think they deserve.
My new mom, Lisa, is a veterinary technician, so I’ll be sure to get the best care. She promises to love me just as much as her indoor cats.
I’d like to give a super big thank you to all the volunteers at Safe Place who looked after me for so long. I did gain some weight during my residence here but I expect to be able to run to my heart’s content soon enough and lose the weight. Thanks to Dr. Crane at Apex College of Veterinary Technology for making a house call to check on my mental health. I was getting a little cranky, I have to admit. But I can’t dwell on the past when I have such a bright future ahead of me.
Adoption Bio: 1/25/2019
Hello there! My name is Sleek, which is a very apt name for me as I resemble nothing so much as a sleek black panther! Not everyone calls me that though. I think Sleek may be hard for you humans to say by itself, so a lot of my prior mom’s friends and family used to call me Slick. Slick/Sleek, I really don’t care as long as you are willing to pet me and scratch my head and ears and the base of my tail. That really feels good!
As far as my particulars are concerned. I am a black (of course!) 5-year-old male neutered domestic shorthair with claws. I’m a big guy – 14.3 pounds – but when I visited the vet the other day, she said that I’m not fat, just a big black panther. It’s a good thing that I still have my claws, because I am an indoor/outdoor cat and like to spend a lot of time outside. It goes without saying that I couldn’t do that if I didn’t have my claws because I’d have no way to protect myself! But don’t think that just because I like to be outdoors I don’t like people, because I like them a lot. I’m not at all shy and will come right up to strangers to have a chat and get that petting and scratching I mentioned earlier. I am definitely a people cat. Although I do have to admit that I do not particularly care for children. I’m not really sure about dogs, but I DEFINITELY do not want to live with another cat. I live with one now and she and I do not get along at all. We are both very territorial, so I think my ideal home would be just me together with one or more adults who would be willing to let me go outside when I want to.
I must sound kind of negative and picky, so I suppose I ought to tell you about a couple of things that I DO like! First of all, I absolutely adore being up high where I can relax and watch what is going on in my territory, whether here in the Welcome Center, at home, or outside. There are ground cats and climbers, and I am a climber heart and soul. I also love to play. Some people think that only kittens like to play, but that is absolutely not true. One of the Safe Place volunteers was at the Welcome Center today, and she pulled out something she called a lure. It was a fuzzy snake-like thing on a string attached to a stick. I loved it! I batted at it, chased it, and rolled over on my back to snatch it from the air and hold on to it. It was really cool!
If you think you’d like to come down and see me at the Safe Place for Pets Welcome Center, all you have to do is call the Safe Place phone at (719) 359-0201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. They’ll be more than happy to make an appointment for us to meet!
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