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BUZZ-OUR FEATURED CAT

Male Adult Domestic Long Hair

BUZZ IS READY TO SPARKLE Hello, I'm Buzz, a two-year old gray and white boy cat. I am fun-loving, I really enjoy playing with toys, espe... show more

BUZZ IS READY TO SPARKLE Hello, I'm Buzz, a two-year old gray and white boy cat. I am fun-loving, I really enjoy playing with toys, especially my laser light and my wand toy, and I love people. I had a pretty rough life before I came to Standish. When I was taken in by Standish, I was covered in fleas and infected sores from the flea bites. I was so miserable. My skin itched so badly I could not think of anything but scratching. I was given flea treatments and medication for my infected flea bites. Some of my fur was shaved so that the medicine could get to the problem areas, and I felt so ugly I cried. But most of my fur has grown back, and my skin feels so good. Now I look at myself and smile inside at how handsome I look. I was in a home that had too many cats to care for. I had to fight for every morsel of food I got. There were a lot of unneutered male cats living with me, and when they were aggressive toward me, I had to give them swats to keep them away. I am still sometimes startled when someone tries to pet my head from a certain direction. I swat the offending hand away. I feel like one of the scary male cats I lived with is stalking me again. I am working hard on my swatting manners, and I am progressing well. My new family will want to follow up on the etiquette lessons I have been receiving. The volunteers also think it would be best not to have small children in my new family, but older children and teens are fine. They also think I might do best as an only cat. What I need to sparkle is a home where I am loved and cared for. This diamond in the rough wants to become a precious gem for my new family. I will sparkle so much for them that they will have all the love and joy they could possibly want. Love, Buzz show less