It's been a lot of years since I have had one of these in the house..
I didn't go shopping for a new camper, but, as with most, they find you.
Having been at my vets everyday last week to drop off and pick up my Beagles for day care while living in the Burro
during the evac, this little guy was in the "Adopt Me" kennel on the floor.
Every day when I would go in, the girls at the office would tease me and take him out so I could see how cute he was. "Yeah, he'll be cute til he eats my furniture"
Well, he seemed to have glommed onto me, following me and jumping onto my shoulder when ever I went in...and to boot, Sticky and Kitty were not aggressive to him at all.. they played with him.
So... They made me an offer I couldn't refuse (Well, I could, but I didn't) and they gave him to me for no adoption fee.
He got into his harness with no fuss, doesn't seem to mind the leash, but he doesn't follow it yet, and he is comfortable around all animals, and in the car. He is already crate trained and box trained, he just sort of goes where you do, whether you are carrying him (He likes to be held and carried) or in his crate.
Sticky seems to think he is his private puppy.. he cleans him and plays with him when I can supervise, but look at the look on the dogs face. It's pure puppy love.
I am not letting them be loose and alone together, as Sticky plays very rough, but I will slowly allow interaction outside the crate at times until I am comfortable the cat can defend himself properly. He is just a baby, maybe 8 weeks old at best. Kitty, the dog, doesn't show much interest, but she was raised with a cat, so she knows better
I named him Wilson.. cause someone cast him away
and he will join the ranks with Jerry and Dallas.. and be a Kamper Kat. He seems to be the type.. and I will keep working with him by taking him places where he is allowed and socializing him, getting him used to different places and not being a fraidy cat.. he doesn't seem to be now..
I sure hope he stays a short hair!