Taco the Cat
Fixed (Spayed/Neutered)? Yes
Weight: 9 lbs
City in which animal is located: Ann Arbor
Rehoming fee? No
Please note: This is a courtesy listing on HSHV’s site. This animal is available through a private individual, NOT HSHV. For questions, please contact the individual below, not HSHV. Thank you!
We originally named him Hamilton but once we realized how much he loves food, we changed it to Taco. The chefs favorites are kale stalks, cucumbers, avocado and tortillas. Unfortunately for him, he hasn’t come to terms with his gluten intolerance. We’ve been able to manage it for the 7 years prior but it’s gotten too hard to keep him safe from tummy troubles with a toddler in the house. He would do great in a gluten-free home or a home with fewer flying Cheerios (although he is great with our 1 year old).
He currently lives in a house with 1 other cat and they get along great but I don’t think he’d be enthusiastic about a new feline friend. He is slow to warm up but once he does he is desperate for cuddles and will greet you at the door and take naps on top of you.
He is not aggressive but is generally fearful of new humans. He will run and hide if he feels scared but it normally only lasts until dinner time. House guests or house cleaner coming over? Consider him a ghost cat.
He is an indoor cat although he does love rolling around in our driveway and basking in the sun when weather permits.
He is a really good boy and he deserves all the love and attention in a good-safe environment that unfortunately we just can’t provide in this stage of our life.
We feed him wet Urinary SO food because of a bladder crystal issue he has when he was younger (plus it’s gluten free).
If you are interested in adopting Taco, please contact Jessi at 714-329-1921, 415-444-6039, or email@example.com. This animal is listed as a courtesy on our site, but is available through this individual. For questions, please contact the individual listed, not HSHV. Thank you!