ADOPTED – Adorable Arthur – Ginger Tabby Cat, 2, Loves To Snuggle and Play – Baltimore Area
Arthur has been adopted.
Looking for the cutest little orange tabby cat in Maryland? Look no further – Arthur is here! This ultra-sweet 2 year old ginger cat is both extremely handsome and exceptionally cuddly. Arthur has been neutered, micro-chipped, fully vaccinated and is perfectly litter trained. He is a “ready to love” cat! Arthur lives in Parkville, just NW of Baltimore.
Arthur has an amazing personality! He is such a great companion and confidante – always ready to listen and comfort you with his gentle purr and warm little body on your lap. He still is as playful as a kitten, and loves to hang out with you, curious about everything you are doing, from watering the plants to making a sandwich. He has the softest coat, and sweet little face with a delightful pink nose. He’s all that – and more!
Arthur is being rehomed by his owner, who is heart broken to have to make this very difficult decision to find him a new home. Unfortunately, Arthur is being terrorized by the family dog, a situation that is just not fair to him. His owner feels that the best solution will be to find Arthur the loving home he needs and deserves.
Arthur’s perfect home will be with a family who have lots of time to spend with him. He’s not great with other cats, but generally gets along very well with cat-friendly dogs. He is good with older children (8 and older), but like most cats, toddlers scare him.
Hi, My name is Arthur!
Location: Parkville, Maryland, 21234
Type of Pet: Cat
Breed: Tabby Cat
Color/Coat Type: Short hair orange
Health Issues: No
Behavior Issues: No
Neutered, Microchipped, Fully vaccinated, Litter Trained, House Broken
Arthur gets along with:
Babies, Older Children, Dogs, Strangers
He is sweet good natured. He loves to cuddle. He is very curious and playful. Good companion
Reason For Rehoming
My dog and cat do not get along – largely due to the dogs attitude more than the cat. Also living in a shared space with roommates makes it difficult to give them they’re own space.