Boomer - 163410 - Male - Young Adult

Cat Haven Foster Care

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Boomer - 163410 - Male - Young Adult

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Pursonality Traits

Boomer is a shy and anxious, but gentle cat. He was found stray in an industrial area and is nervous of people, so he's looking for a special, patient forever family who will build trust with him.

Boomer has been in foster care for a few weeks and is making progress with his confidence (isn't hiding anymore) but moves away if humans try to touch him at all. Taking him on as a forever family, please be prepared that it may take a month or longer before Boomer allows people to touch him. He will probably also hide and hiss at people in the first week in his forever home, but his hissing is just due to fear and he is not at all aggressive! He will gently take treats from people's hands without chomping on fingers, and plays gently.

As he's a young boy (not quite 2 years old), Boomer is playful and active! He loves toys, like soft toy mice and balls with bells inside. This is a good way to make friends with him, as he can't resist coming out to bat a toy. He has a cute squeaky meow.

Boomer likes other cats and is very keen to make friends with his foster family's cat. He would be happy in a forever home with another cat (with the proper slow introduction). Because he is so shy and scared by loud noises and fast movements, Boomer would probably not like to live with young children. It's unknown if he likes dogs. His foster home is in Heathridge.