Mr G is a former stray; very affectionate.
He is house-trained, knows how to use a litter-bin, and does not scratch furniture; so we suspect he was a pet in early life.
He responds quickly to a disapproving noise. (Ch! Ch! Ch!) and is very careful not to upset people.
He wants a home, and will appreciate it.
He greets you at the front door, calling loudly and excitedly, and after a good stroking session (he has a deep purr), likes to sit quietly on an adjacent chair whilst you work on a computer, or read.
More recently, he sleeps quietly beside you on a bed....he prefers to come when you are already asleep, but likes to be stroked if you wake in the middle of the night.
When he was a stray, and asked for help, he was suffering from bad gingivitis, and was very skinny due to the pain of eating; but dentistry and antibiotics has cured him. He is now active, and likes to play and chase string.
Although touching the pilling-tool of antibiotic pills to his mouth, while he was recovering, once caused him to scream in pain, he never, ever attempted to strike or bite.
He is intelligent, and trusts humans to be trying to be kind.
He has put on weight, and is now very active and playful in the morning and evening. If play ends too early, he tries to hold you, with his front paws, but not with claws.
He has recently decided to play tag...if you walk past his hide-out, he pats you on your foot with a paw. Tag! You're it!
Then you chase him....or get tagged again until you understand.
Most photos show him when sleeping, as when he is awake, he is very active and out of focus most of the time. He is a lot of fun for a person who wants to play.
He is also featured on the Zero Strays website and Facebook - with videos, which show him being active.
When he is adopted, Zero Strays procedures will be followed, as Zero Strays has much experience in bringing forever homes and furkids together.
The fee is for the Zero Strays procedures - we have already paid for his neutering and vaccination charges, and so those are free to his new owners.
If his adoption is unsuccessful, for any reason, the Zero Strays contract will require that he is returned to us.
We like him very much, and would keep him ourselves, if we didn't already have two territorial cats.