Bart is a neutered male, domestic short-haired, black and white, large adult cat of 15 pounds. Bart is one of our rescue's "long-timers" as he has been in his foster home since he was a 10-week-old kitten. Bart is a strikingly handsome cat with his "tuxedo" markings of white whiskers, toes, neck and belly, but he's not very cooperative for photo opportunities, so his pictures don't do him justice. He is called "Hershey" in his foster home since he has 3 white triangular patches on his neck and belly that are in the shape of foil-wrapped Hershey Kisses. Bart is a cat who lacks confidence and will often go into hiding when visitors come to his foster home. Therefore he is overlooked and doesn't get noticed, so will need a person who is patient in allowing Bart to approach on his terms. Bart is OK with the lab mix dog in his foster home but is easily intimidated by other adult male cats. Bart is best paired with a cat younger than 6 months, or with an older, submissive female cat. Once he is comfortable with other cats, Bart will sleep next to and help groom them. Initially Bart is a bit scared of new foster kittens brought into the home, but then once he feels his hierarchy status isn't threatened by the little ones, Bart is soon wrestling and chasing kittens. Bart is FIV and feline leukemia negative, up-to-date on vaccinations and is microchipped.