They are actually co-existing quite fine. Hershey is young and he's not a dominate personality, so he must come across as less of a threat than Oliver. The indoor boys are a little cautious around Hershey and the girls just hiss, which is how they treat any new kitty.
Hershey really, really wants to play!
Nahum sniffs Hershey
Theo watches safely from above
Hershey's been trying to get the other cats to play with him, but he hasn't had any luck. He attempts to initiate play by pouncing on the unsuspecting cat, which for some reason only freaks them out! He's not afraid of the cats at all and doesn't seem to understand why the other cats might be so cautious with him.
Hershey's gonna make someone a great cat! If I had a huge house with unlimited funds and time he could join the gang, but since I don't have those things, it wouldn't be fair to the cats who already don't get enough of my time. Hershey will be placed in a good home where he can get all the spoils he deserves.
He sounds wonderful. We have no doubt that there is a family out there looking for him to make their own.....ReplyDelete
You're doing a great job getting him ready for his new home. Good thing he's not here...I'd have 7. Hugs, DebReplyDelete
What a fun little boy...and how great he's got you until his Forever Peeps come along.ReplyDelete
I hope he finds just the right home.ReplyDelete
Oh my Hersey is a cutie! I hope he finds a great forever home. You are doing the right thing. We have to know our limits!ReplyDelete
He really is such a handsome cat.. hopefully his forever people come quickly so he has more chances to play.ReplyDelete
What a sweet cat. You're doing a great job with him. How will you "advertise" him?ReplyDelete
Phil, this must be a difficult thing, getting him ready for a new home, seeing how sweet he is. Good thing I do not live close by. I could be in trouble.ReplyDelete
hope Hershey will find a good forever homeReplyDelete
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He's got such a sweet face! I hope he gets a home with a playful buddy soon!ReplyDelete
Sounds like Hershey must be in that "awkward" adolescent phase - I am guessing around 10 months if he hasn't quite defined the line between "obnoxious" attempts to play, and respectful ones. He is adorable, and I thank my lucky stars we are not closer - my home of 4 does not need to become a home of 5. Also he will be so much easier for you to place after letting him integrate, he has great social skills and that is a fantastic point for rehoming :)ReplyDelete
He is a wonderful cat and deserves a great home. We hope he finds one soon before you get too attached ;)ReplyDelete
I am soooo in love with Hershey...I am thankful you aren't in Michigan. My vet has told me not to add a third pet to our mix (since I am unemployed) but if you were here I might have to have him :)ReplyDelete