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My name is Dylan Frost! Apparently it’s from a famous singer in a band. My foster family usually calls me little Dylan or tiny baby. I am one-and-a-half years old.
I used to be a very quiet kitty but have discovered my amazing squeaky singing voice as well as my love for constant pats. I have the SOFTEST fur in the world. Everyone who meets me compliments on my soft smooth fur and colourful body! I am a very long boy and I enjoy pats everywhere.
My first night at my foster home was very scary. I spent the whole night hidden away in different locations so that nobody could find me. I slowly let this big scary hand down into my hiding holes because it gave me pats and served me food. After a couple days of apprehension I came to realize how good belly pats and cuddles are! Now I warm up to new people very easily and don't seem to be afraid of other house cats.
I love attention! Some of my favourite activities are stretching my long body, rolling around to get belly pats and eating my biscuits. I am a very good eater and enjoy all of the food I receive. I have no preferences! I dislike being left alone as I like company so I will often beg people to stay with me. But I do keep myself busy with toys and sleeps. My favourite toy is my little white mousy that I have as well as my woollen pompom ball that I like to hold in my hands and feet.
My daily routine consists of singing to my foster mum as she prepares my breakfast and stretching my long leggies. During the day I will play with my toys and watch out the windows. At night time I will seek out as many pats as I can get and will often lay right next to my foster mum as she works. I often like to suddenly collapse and flop my body onto my foster mum’s feet.
I was found homeless but at my new home I will need to be kept indoors or confined to a sheltered enclosure so that my pale features are protected from the harsh sun.
My foster mum says I'm really chilled out, gentle and tolerant so could potentially work with a family with younger children (maybe not younger than 10 tho as loud noises scare me).
Email Fostercare with your phone details and my foster mum will be in touch to arrange a meet and greet at my foster home in Connolly.
Dylan has a skin condition called Feline Acne or Chin Acne. It is not known what causes his skin reaction, though it is usually mild and manageable. Using stainless steel or ceramic bowls rather than plastic often assists.
Dylan has a condition called epiphora, sometimes known as blocked tear ducts. Blocked tear ducts can cause the under or over production of tears, and can predispose the cat to eye infections. Therefore he may require intermittent treatment throughout his life.
He also has mild dental tartar and associated gum changes. This is very common in mature cats.