Gorgeous Male Maine Coon cat for adoption in New York City. Woody is 12, neutered, very healthy and up to date on his shots. He is litter trained and well behaved. Sweet personality. Supplies will be included.
Male?Maine Coon cat for adoption in Brooklyn, New York. Healthy, spayed/neutered, up to date on shots and clean and well behaved.
If you are looking for companionship in the form of a of sweet, fluffy feline, consider Woody. He is just 12 years young and has lots of love left to offer an adoring owner. Woody is a really good boy. He uses his litter box religiously and is a very low maintenance cat.
Woody is looking for someone to love and cherish him. He’s such a sweet boy and a great companion.
While it breaks her heart to find him?a new home, Woody’s?owner has recently gone through a divorce, and simply does not have the time or resources to provide Woody with the safe, happy home he?both needs and deserves. She is traveling extensively due to work demands, and poor Woody gets very little time with her. He?spends most of his?time alone in her apartment, which is not an ideal situation.
Ideally, Woody would love to find a quiet home with a loving owner who has time to spend with him. He would prefer?a calm environment where there is little coming and going. Woody?would be the perfect companion for a senior, retired or work-at-home cat lover. The most important consideration for Woody is that he?have a quiet home where he will?feel safe and loved.
Woody?likes lap time and tends to follow you around to see what you’re doing. He’s a real friend.
Please offer this precious boy?a home today. He?will add immeasurable love, joy and companionship to your life.
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Adoption fee will be waived. Supplies will be included.
All About Woody (Maine coon)[one_half] Name of Pet:?Woody (Maine coon)
Location: Brooklyn, New York, 11205
Type of Pet: Cat
Breed of Pet:?maine coon
Sex of Pet: Male[/one_half] [one_half_last]
Age of Pet:? 12+
Health Problems: No
Up To Date on Vaccinations: No
Gets along with cats: No
Gets along with dogs: No
Good with Children?: Unknown
House Broken or Litter Trained?: Yes
Accessories Included: A running water fountain and litter boxes. I also have a pet carrier I can supply. Food bowls, brushes. I am willing to provide funds to cover shots and whatever else either pet needs. I would like to microchip Woody so I can check on his?location for a long time. I will miss him?terribly, but feel it is not fair to keep him?in my environment since I am not able to give him?the life he?deserves.
Current Home Environment
I live in a studio apartment. Pretty devoid of entertainment opportunities for them. But- like I said – they don’t need much. Presently they share the space with Ned, a cat they never got along with. It’s a fairly small space for three cats and a human, but probably large enough for them without Ned. A studio apartment on the third floor. Woody, in particular, is easily frightened by sounds in the hallway – so I have put a sound damper under the door, which has been sufficient to make him feel safe enough. He still notices when there are people in the hall, but no longer runs and burrows under the comforter like he used to.
Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?
For?both of them, one another is all they need to be quite happy. They both like a little people time, but not a great amount. They groom each other every day – and they love curling up in bed with me. Woody loves his lap time in front of the computer, and Selma loves getting a good brushing. Selma’s got a passion for breaking down cardboard with her teeth and shredding paper into tiny bits. She is very happy in a pile of paper she can be free to tear into little pieces or a cardboard box. Woody likes to get inside tiny spaces – so inside of boxes – with Selma on top.
Cute Woody Story:
Selma was the first cat we got. When I first saw her, out on the street, she was less than a year old, and didn’t even look like a cat. I got near her and she started yelling at me “MEEOW – MEEW – MEEEOW” – I spoke to her and she followed me home. She had ringworm so bad, more than half her hair was missing. Turns out she had ermines – which is why she was yelling – she couldn’t hear. She also had a lung infection and worms. She had it all. It took about six months of treatment and patient care to get her to a point where she looked like a cat again.
Woody was sitting in the snow, beside the door of an ATM in Red Hook Brooklyn when my husband first saw him. He went to get me for dinner, and said – if that cat is still there when we get back, he’s ours. Well – he was. I walked over to Woody and said “would you like to come home with us?” – and he followed me and hopped in the car.
When we first put Selma and Woody together, it was right after we brought both of them back from the vet where they got spayed and neutered. Selma was a bit more out of it than Woody. As soon as he was fully conscious, Woody started trying to play with Selma’s tail. It was moving, and he was attacking it. She gave him a solid whooping about six or seven times – scratches on the nose, body slam, her whole arsenal of martial expertise. Seconds after he’d had his ass handed to him, he would completely forget that happened, apparently, and started trying to attack her tail again. By the end of that day, Selma gave up, and we found them curled up together – and they have been best buds ever since.
Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:
A peaceful and respectful owner who will allow the two to stay together and live their fairly self sufficient life with one another. Preferably no outdoor space or other pets. Selma’s sight is pretty poor at this point – she can see, but not very well – so new environments are a challenge for her.
She needs a source of running water at all times.