Cat of the Week: Roman!
Roman was found high in a tree located on the property of a Roman Catholic Church, hence his name. He was a bit shy at first only because he is a bit apprehensive of fast hands.
He loves running around and playing with the other cats in foster care and we think he might do well with older children but small children probably would not be a good fit. He still learning a little bit of manners. He likes cats who want to join in the fun with him. He has beautiful odd colored eyes that are very unique. It is called heterochromia iridis which is the Greek term for "differently colored irises."
Roman needs to be completely indoor cat because white cats and light colored cats are prone to skin cancer. He is getting more and more confident in foster care, loves to rub all over your legs and be held now. When he first meets a new cat he will hiss but that reaction goes away when he is not threatened. He will definitely need good introductions to a household with other animals. I noticed he is fascinated by new things just like a little kid exploring the big world. He looks at the broom to see what it is, different things on the floor like odd shaped toys. He is also fascinated by water coming out of the sink faucet! He watches everything and observes as though he's studying their next move. Super cute and fun to watch!
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