Tomato and his brother Basil -came to us from the humane society an a state of catatonia. They were so frightened at losing their home that they wouldn't move or speak. They have made great progress over the year we have spend with them and they are so much more confident that they are ready to move into a permanent home. . Although they may be timid at first, they are very sweet boys. You will enjoy seeing them blossom and flourish.
We would suggest a relatively quiet home with no dogs or small children. They would be fine either as the only pets or with one or two other cats.
They are neutered. up-to-date on vaccines, micro chipped and tested negative for FIV.FeLV. Like all of our cats, they must be kept indoors and never be declawed.