We already took in a big mean tomcat… We actually ended up finding him another home, because he was LOCO big time. He liked to jump on people and bite them. He loved my husband (who has a homing beacon for male cats in need). And he didn’t get along with the other cats we already had – even after we had him neutered. Our two girl cats, who hate each other, actually double-teamed him (don’t look at me like that, not like that!!) when he chased after our boy cat. So he lived in our office and we brought him to a PetSmart as part of a group until he was adopted by a family who could get his unique, er, “charm”.
Anywhooo… There is a orange tomcat kitten that we discovered hanging out on Sunday night. We call him “Weasley”. He has lots of boundless energy and is very sweet. He lives around here and needs a home. He needs to live with a guy or gal that digs rambunctious kitties. His father is a tomcat that has no definite owner but he’s socialized with humans – someone might be feeding him, but he has no collar or signs of being taken care of otherwise. He really needs a home. We took in another male kitten earlier this year whose father was hit and killed on our road (off 518).
Failing that, my husband works in Clear Lake and seems to find male cats in need a few times a year. They must smell him or something, “Sucker alert”, so maybe we can find you a taker if not this fella.