***We are still integrating Oscar with our 2 cats. There are its up and downs but so far manageable***
I rescued Oscar off the main road near my workplace back in Oct 2012. He was approximately 1 month old when I found him. He stayed at the vet for about 3 weeks while I was trying to find him a home (he wasn't ill; I already have 2 elderly cats in my small apt so I couldn't take him in) but unfortunately, there were no takers.
So I persuaded my parents to take him in. Our 16 year-old family cat (Patches) is also with them. From day 1, Oscar has not been leaving Patches alone. He always wants to play-fight with her but she is not interested at all and all the play-fighting is taking a toll on her. It has now been 5 months since Oscar went to live with my parents and we have sadly decided that to give Patches some peace in her late years, we need to re-home Oscar :-(
Oscar is still a very young cat, hence he has endless energy. We've provided him with many toys but like a child, he has quite short attention span so he gets tired of them easily. One of his most endearing trait is that when he is tired, he will climb onto you (right up to your chest) and cuddle with you to sleep. He's not very vocal, unlike some cats, so you won't hear him meowing his head off if something displeases him.
We're seeking for a loving home for Oscar, with enough space for him to run around and release his energy. He seems ok with kids -- him and my 6-year-old niece really hit it off -- but like most cats, he does like to nip sometimes.
Serious adopters only, please contact Ai Ling at or. We are open to having the potential family try him out in their home first to see how both parties adjust to each other. Ultimately, we just wish to find him a good home with a loving family.