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Hi, my name is Peanut. Not sure why my foster mum calls me that, she also says i am such a dork. Maybe its because i just seem to do silly things, and she see’s it? Apparently i am quite entertaining to watch. I keep myself occupied sometimes, chasing a fly with a magnificent leap in the air, or stretching so big on the couch i just roll off and wake up on the floor. I also like to tap you on your ankles from under the coffee table as you walk past, i may also follow you around doing this sometimes. I am fascinated with feet.
But really I am also a big smooch who can’t get enough of you. I love pats and attention, and i want to be where ever you are in the house. Even if you go outside, I will watch you through the door or window. I am also happy to snuggle next to you or with one of my siblings on the couch and purr my heart out the instant you touch my head and pat me. I am a very handsome man, a pale ginger tabby.
I also enjoy wreaking havoc with my siblings in my foster carers house. I have been strictly an inside cat since I came into her care, i don’t even try to escape out the door as i have already done the hard yards looking after myself. I grew up on a farm without human contact until I was about 12 weeks old, then I was caught with my brothers and sisters, and taken to my foster carers house. She wasn't sure whether she would be able to tame me, but she did somehow and has shown me how kind humans can be. I was one of the first to succumb to her charm....i mean, love the food she was enticing me with. It wasn’t long before i was rolling on my back and enjoying a belly rub, i think i must have seen the dogs on the farm do this, as its not usual behaviour for a cat.
When meeting new people, my new pawrents will need to realise that i am going to hide. I will need a few days to a week to come out of my shell in my new potential home. I have only seen love from my foster carer and her family, including noisy kids, they don't worry me once i am used to them. Also vacuum cleaners, they don't bother me either, or the noisy washing machine and dryer.
I love all other cats, and enjoy annoying the older cats at my foster carers, hiding behind the couch and leaping on top of them as they go about their daily strolls through the house. Sometimes they have had enough and growl at me so i go and annoy another one.
I am litter trained and usually use the scratching pole, although i need a bit more training on not scratching lounges, or jumping on tables and benches. I do enjoy inspecting what my foster carers do up there, it just smells so good.
I am ready for my new home now to make some room at my foster carers, is my new home with you?
Peanut has been desexed, received his first F3 vaccination and passed his vet health check. He has been flea and worm treated and will be microchipped into new owners name after adoption trial is completed.