He has an interesting story. Sometime in the late spring, he manged to get inside the home of his foster mom, unbeknownst to her, and take up residence in the basement. He looked so much like another shy pretty buff-colored resident cat that he was there, maybe for weeks, before she finally realized that she had two shy pretty buff-colored cats living with her. He was very shy (but mostly scared) at first, but here he is now in his own window seat. He is a good napper with a sweet little purr. He is about 7ish, was apparently neutered at a young age so he is sleek and elegant for a boy. He gets along fine with most of the other resident cats, even the miserable ones, (but he avoids his "stalker") and ignores the dogs. He is up to date with shots and would like to have his own home where he does not have to hide in the basement and be a "squatter."
Please contact the OCHS office during business hours at 315-207-1070 or via email anytime to [email protected] for information on adopting Buttercup and making him legal.
The Oswego County Humane Society provides spay/neuter services and assistance, fostering and adoption of animals in urgent need, humane education programs, and information and referrals to animal lovers throughout Oswego County. Located at 29 West Seneca Street, Oswego, New York. Phone (315) 2,07-1070. Email: [email protected] Website: www.oswegohumane.org Because People and Pets Are Good for Each Other.