If you are looking for a lovely snuggle buddy look no further. Cosmo is such a sweet boy, who loves to be around his people whether it’s cuddled up on the couch or snuggled up in bed. He is a very vocal boy when he wants attention and loves to flop over at your feet and get pets. Some of his favourite things are playing fetch with us mouse toy, watching the birds, and running around the house when he has the zoomies. He gets small burst of energy were he wants to play with his mice toys or balls, but for the majority of the day he is a very relaxed boy who likes to hangout with his people whether that be sleeping on the couch or seating on a desk while you do computer work, or laying on the floor in the kitchen while you cook he likes to be were you are. He also loves his food and likes to have a routine and is very vocal in the morning about getting his wet food. He waits for us at the top of the stairs when we get home, and loves to get pets at all hours of the day. He is a very sweet cat, and like to get pets from all our friends who come over to our house he definitely isn’t shy once he gets settled into a place.
Cosmo did come into our care with a urinary blockage which was repaired but he is susceptible to urinary issues (ie. crystals/blockages) and will have to remain on urinary food for life. Cosmo would do best in a home with someone with special needs experience that is willing to take on his potential financial commitment. Apply to adopt Cosmo today!
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- Days in care: 66
- Approximate age: 3 years old
- Pet Type: Cat
- Breed: Siamese / Domestic Short Hair
- Colour: Chocolate / White
- Weight: 5.96 kg
- Sex: Male
- Location: BC SPCA Nanaimo, Nanaimo B.C.
- Animal ID: 563616
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
- Adoption fees
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- Special Needs
- Indoor Only
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