I’d like to officially introduce you to our newest foster cat Lion. This four-year-old handsome fella may look a tiny bit familiar to regular blog readers. Some cat named Dexter isn’t too sure about the new guy and his tabby face. It’s okay, Dexter, there’s plenty of love to go around!
Adopt a Shelter Cat Month
Hosting Lion in the house is the perfect time to let you know that June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month!
It’s a month meant to spread awareness about shelter cats. And if you’re looking to add a feline friend to your household, please consider adopting from a shelter. Lion and all shelter cats will thank you! They will thank you with endless hours of love, making biscuits in your lap, purring you to sleep…and demanding treats.
Foster Cat Lion
Here are some photos of Lion, who is currently available for adoption from Best Friends Animal Society in Los Angeles. (View his profile.)
Lion is an absolute lovebug and jumped into my lap and started making biscuits on his first night at the house. I’m not used to lap cats, since none of mine are, so this was a very pleasant surprise.
He is content just staring out the window and observing the neighborhood happenings.
Lion would do fine in a multi-cat household, although he’s made no attempt to play with the Three Chatty Cats yet. That could be more because of them, though, as they are wary of newcomers for a bit. Lion would also likely be fine with dogs. He doesn’t want to be friends with our dog Eddie, but he also doesn’t seem to be afraid of him.
In the mornings, Lion greets me with the cutest chirpy-like meow. Oh yeah, and he’s also so chill that he let me trim his nails as he was lying down in my lap. Easy peasy!
Lion will make some family very happy!
Don’t all shelter cats like Lion deserve a loving forever home? Help spread the word about Adopt a Shelter Cat Month! And if you’re in the Los Angeles/Orange County area, why not check out Lion’s adoption profile and see if he might be perfect for you!