Since being placed in his suite, Anthony has spent most of his time outwitting the humans. Open his suite door, and he makes a break for it! You wouldn’t think he’d be able to move quite so fast; he’s a big boy (in the large-to-extra-large size frame), with a bit of a tummy on him. But he’s a determined boy.
When Anthony isn’t planning his next escape, he’s busy being a love bug. He adores people, and is a sweet-natured, laid-back boy. We’re not surprised by this, as we’ve seen it in so many orange-and-white males. Anthony has deep orange patches on his head and back, with the typical orange-and-white stripey tail. He does seem a bit overwhelmed by all the other cats in his suite, but he hasn’t been in there for very long. Our best estimate is that Anthony was born early in 2004.
Anthony has mild HCM, the most common type of heart disease in cats, so he’s one of our Special Needs crew. Right now, his HCM is so mild that he requires no medication or other treatment for it; that might change in the future, but there’s no way to predict it. Anthony will require an ultrasound every six months to check on his heart.
We already love this friendly guy, and we know you will, too. Come in to meet him and see if you don’t agree!