STRYKER is *strykingly* handsome tabby cat with soft green eyes, a white chin, and roguishly charming ear tip. He is estimated to be around 2 years old. Stryker is a curious and attention-loving boy! He likes to be around people, even when it is just sitting next to you while watching TV (he enjoys watching too!). He loves his food and when he wants a bit more love, you'll hear a cute squeak from him. Since he loves all the attention, he can be a little chatty when you leave him behind a closed door (though he gets used to it). When you are around, he will want to rub his head against you and roll around quite like a dog would. He enjoys playing with basic cat toys, but in general, he isn't the most playful cat. Stryker is quick to warm up to new humans, and was excited to meet his foster mom the second he came out of the crate. It took him about a day or so to adjust to his new environment there. He is friendly when meeting new people when they come to her home. Stryker was rescued from a colony and was so friendly, the rescuers brought him to our cat rescue group to find a loving forever home. Stryker has tested positive for FIV (the feline immunodeficiency virus), but he is a healthy kitty and will likely have a normal lifespan as an indoor-only cat. The virus can't be passed to dogs or to people, and only to other cats through a deep bite wound. Stryker is a fun and affectionate fellow with a lot of love to give. His energy and presence have the ability to brighten anyone's day!
Stryker has been neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, defleaed & dewormed, is negative for FeLV, and includes a free vet wellness exam. To meet Stryker in foster, submit an adoption application for consideration at CatRescues.org/Adopt. A volunteer will contact you within 1-3 days for a possible meet and greet. The $70 adoption fee allows us to continue to help other cats in need. For more information, send an email to AdoptInfo@CatRescues.org or call 541-225-4955 option 1. ID#2003-C0087
BEST AS AN ONLY CAT
UNKNOWN ABOUT DOGS
LIKELY OK WITH CAT-SAVVY KIDS