Declawed Maine Coon Cat For Private Adoption Gaithersburg Maryland – Adopt Oscar Mayer



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Meet Oscar Mayer, Maine Coon Cat For Adoption in Gaithersburg MD

Maine Coon Cats are beautiful long-haired cats with lovable personalities, at least this one – Oscar Mayer  fits that description.  His stunning eyes, lush fur and charming personality will win you over immediately.  He is 10 years old, been declawed since he was young and rescued by a vet.  He was adopted with his brother “Cheddar Bob” as kittens and have been  loved every minute since then.

Sadly Bob became suddenly ill last year with a cancer and died a short time later. Oscar is fine, but he finds himself alone too often as his owner has to travel more for work these days and feels guilty that both she and Bob aren’t there for Oscar.  As a result, Oscar has been showing signs of extra need for attention.  He sleeps on his owner’s pillow or even on her head in order to be close and he meets her at the door any time that she has to go out.  Recently extra family are staying at the house and there is a young dog who Oscar hides from.  He’s also tried to avoid younger children too. (7 years old).

Maine Coon Cat  for rehoming in Gaithersburg MD

Oscar’s owner is also looking at a possible need to move to a smaller place when the Covid situation is over and wants Oscar to be set up in a nice place with somebody around who can give him the time and attention that he misses.   For now, there are more family in the house, but the dog means that poor Oscar is missing the feeling that he’s the king of the house.
As his owner says:

”   Maine Coons are generally friendly anyway but my kitty brothers  would purr all the time, love just being with you and are curious and talkative too when they are really happy and relaxed. They’d come when you call them and just want to give love and affection.  Oscar has been a little more needy since we lost his brother,  and has taken to sleeping on my pillow or on my head at night to be close to me.”
I don’t mind it but if you have any cat allergies, you may want to make certain that he is OK for you – chances are that he’ll want to snuggle after he gets to know you.

He is an indoor cats and was declawed when neutered at 12 weeks of age. It hasn’t been a problem .

I’d like to find a home where Oscar could be in a more social/family environment with people around more often. He  loves to play and be a part of the family – and they will also disappear at times for a nap/solitude. Right now they are in a single family home with the run of the house where I have a sun room and an 8 foot tall Kitty Condo he can relax on. Maine Coons are also intrigued by and love running water so I have a water bowl fountain that flows constantly to invite him to drink whenever he wants.

Can you offer this adorable distinctive Maine Coon Cat a home?

Request to Adopt  Oscar Mayer the Maine Coon Cat Here

There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee to adopt Oscar Mayer. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.

Questions about Oscar Mayer? Contact our Maryland Cat rehoming team today. Text “OscarMayer” to (888) 833-2128 or email [email protected] We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Oscar Mayer -Maine Coon Cat  available for adoption in Gaithersburg MD


All About Oscar Mayer – Maine Coon cat For Adoption in Gaithersburg MD

Name of Pet: Oscar Mayer
Location: Gaithersburg, MD, 20879
Type of Pet: Cat
Breed of Pet: Maine Coon
Color / Coat Type: Gray/brown long hair
Age of Pet: DOB: 4/9/2010 10 years old
Size of Pet: 13 pounds
Health Problems: No
Behavior Issues: No
Gets along with: Older Children  9+, Adults Only, Small  Quiet Dogs – maybe.
Pet is: Litter Trained
Food: Other
Purina URX – dry food is part of their diet along with Fancy Feast dry and canned

Temptations Kitty treats too

I leave the dried food out all day and refresh/stir the canned food once per day.

He is good with his litter box which I check and clean once a day and change once a week.

Oscar Mayer’s Personalities

Oscar and his brother “Cheddar Bob”  are the sweetest kitties I have ever owned. Sadly Bob passed a way last year due to an unexpected illness. The pair were born very prematurely to a feral cat who was being spayed at my vets office. They had to be hand-fed and taken care of by the technicians on their personal time – fed every 2-hours until they were old enough to be on their own. I adopted them at 7 weeks.

Maine Coons are generally friendly anyway but my kitty brothers  would purr all the time, love just being with you and are curious and talkative too when they are really happy and relaxed. They’d come when you call them and just want to give love and affection.  Oscar has been a little more needy since we lost his brother,  and has taken to sleeping on my pillow or on my head at night to be close to me.
I don’t mind it but if you have any cat allergies, you may want to make certain that he is OK for you – chances are that he’ll want to snuggle after he gets to know you.

He is an indoor cats and was declawed when neutered at 12 weeks of age. It hasn’t been a problem .

I’d like to find a home where Oscar could be in a more social/family environment with people around more often. He  loves to play and be a part of the family – and they will also disappear at times for a nap/solitude. Right now they are in a single family home with the run of the house where I have a sun room and an 8 foot tall Kitty Condo he can relax on. Maine Coons are also intrigued by and love running water so I have a water bowl fountain that flows constantly to invite him to drink whenever he wants.

Why is Oscar Mayer Being Rehomed?

I got my very sweet Maine Coon brothers on 6/25/2010 when I was married and my two kids lived at home. I separated/divorced 6 years ago and both my kids moved out. I work long hours, travel on weekends and I feel guilty that my kitties aren’t getting stimulation and companionship. Plus, I need to sell my home and look for something smaller and would like them to be in a home with more people around who can really enjoy and love them.

 

Oscar Mayer -Maine Coon Cat  available for adoption in Gaithersburg MD


How To Adopt Cheddar Bob and Oscar Mayer

If you are interested in adopting this special pair of Maine Coon brothers For Adoption in Gaithersburg MD, please fill out our online meeting request below. Once received and reviewed, our staff will ask the pets owner to reach out to you and arrange a meeting.

Meet Oscar Mayer, Maine Coon Cat For Adoption in Gaithersburg MD

Request to Adopt  Oscar Mayer the Maine Coon Cat Here

There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee to adopt Oscar Mayer. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.

Questions about Oscar Mayer? Contact our Maryland Cat rehoming team today. Text “OscarMayer” to (888) 833-2128 or email [email protected] We look forward to hearing from you.


Cheddar Bob and Oscar Mayer – Declawed Maine Coon Cat Brothers For Private Adoption in Gaithersburg MD

Oscar Mayer is a Maine Coon cat brothers for rehoming in Gaithersburg, MD. He is located near the following towns and cities in MD:

19 miles to Washington, DC
33 miles to Baltimore MD,

Montgomery Village MD,
Redland MD,
Germantown MD,
Rockville MD,
North Potomac MD,
Olney MD,
North Bethesda MD,
Aspen Hill MD,
Potomac MD,
Damascus MD,
Colesville MD,
Bethesda MD,
Green Valley MD,
White Oak MD,
Friendship Village MD,
Observatory Heights MD,
Londonderry MD,
Log Town MD,
Brown MD,
Orchard Pond MD,
Oakmont Manor MD,
Metropolitan Grove MD,
Nathans Hill MD,
Diamond Farms MD,
Quail Valley MD,
Washington Grove MD,
Walkers Choice MD,
Walnut Hill MD,
Orchard Place MD,
Dorsey Estates MD,
Fernshire Farms MD,
Whetstone MD,

Contact us about these Maine Coon cats for adoption in Gaithersburg Maryland today.