Persimmon is a friendly and affectionate buff and white boy who turned up at a feral colony around Charlestown WV. The colony caretaker recognized that his was a new face, and believes he was abandoned there.
He has been living in a 4Paws foster home where he quickly became integrated with the resident cats. He spends his time between lying in a sunny window soaking up the warm rays, or playing with the other cats. Including chasing each other around the house. He sometimes plays with catnip toys and enjoys chasing after the laser toy dot. He really enjoys the company of other cats and should be adopted into a home with at least one other friendly feline to be his buddy.
Persimmon is a big boy, and he loves to eat. He is accustomed to having free access to kibble and twice-daily servings of juicy fancy feast canned. He has fine litter box manners.
His estimated date of birth is December 2015. He has been neutered, is current on vaccinations, tested negative for FELV, and has been micro chipped.
Please e-mail us if you're interested in Persimmon. Be sure to include your phone number in your message. Please limit inquiries to the Greater Washington, D. C. area except for barn cats.