He's the color of chocolate.
He has chocolate fur around his mouth.
And he's as sweet as chocolate!
He's our smallest boy by far, less than 10 pounds. He's fairly timid yet curious. His teeth are pearly white and still sharp, so, I'm guessing he's about a year old. He briefly met Nahum, our ambassador, and they smelled noses. A good start.
What a nice looking kitty. I like that stretching pose. I hope he finds a loving home.ReplyDelete
Concats on your new name Hershey! He is sure a handsome boy - and maybe being younger - isn't done growing yet. Hard to tell. I am glad that Nahum is such a gracious host. He reminds me so much of my late Marvin, another long haired brown tabby. He loved every one and every thing. Had we brought E.T. himself into the home - Marvin surely would have welcomed him with open paws.ReplyDelete
Great name! Hershey looks very happy!ReplyDelete
Hershey's a great name, Phil. Are you sure you'll be able to let him go? LOL.ReplyDelete
great name for the handsome boy!!ReplyDelete
Oh....you can get low-cal Hershey kisses!ReplyDelete
We love the name Hershey! We hope this sweetie will get along with all of your kitties :)ReplyDelete
I love Katnip Lounge's comment above.ReplyDelete
Phil, do you really have to re-home him? he is such a beautiful boy. I wish I could adopt him here in CA. He looks like a little precious thing. love him all up while you have him. he looks like he is going to make a great pet for someone special.
Ohhhh I am HONORED that you chose the name "Hershey" he LOOKS like a "Hershey!!" He is just soooooooo handsome!!ReplyDelete
What a cute name and perfect!!ReplyDelete
Yep - He's ready for Halloween with free Hershey Kisses!ReplyDelete
Wishing him a wonderful life in an awesome home!
Lily, WA, USA
That's a great name! He does look just like lucious marbled chocolate!ReplyDelete
A purrfect fit for a very good looking kittyReplyDelete