Hello! My name is Spyder and I’d love to go home with you!
You might have noticed that I have a stumpy tail. You don’t have to worry that I had an accident! I was born this way! Isn’t my tail so cute? My foster mom thinks I’m the most perfect kitty because I give her lots of cuddles and always keep her company. My favourite spots are curled around your foot or in your lap. I love pets and all kinds of attention. I love to sleep with you at night and will always give you an affectionate head butt right before you go to sleep. I am also a master of making biscuits! I will make biscuits in your blankets, biscuits in the air, biscuits on you, biscuits in all the places when I’m happy! I will never hurt humans, but I do not like other cats. I need ALL of my humans’ attention and I will not share!
Unfortunately, I’m not as perfect as I sound. I have allergies, so I have to be on a special vet diet and can’t have any treats at all. If I eat stuff I’m not supposed to, I get diarrhea and have rashes on back of my legs. I also have something I’m really embarrassed about. I sometimes poop when I get too relaxed while sleeping. I don’t know when I’m doing it and my foster mom thinks it might be because of structural issues that might come with my stumpy tail. I have a really nice foster mom and she doesn’t mind this at all because she knows exactly where I’ll “sleep poop” and puts down towels in those areas. I only poop out one small ball at a time which leaves no residue behind and my foster mom just picks it up with some tissue and flushes it down the toilet.
I hope this doesn’t make you not like me anymore. My foster mom thinks that I deserve to go home to someone who will love me and take care of me regardless of this. I am perfectly healthy other than these two things. I work extra hard on my personality and cuddles to make up for my other issues so I hope you’ll see that, and consider taking me home!
His foster family shares: “Spyder is an amazing boy and we would 100% adopt him regardless of his issues if my father hadn’t become allergic to cats recently. His sleep poop issues really don’t bother me AT ALL and they’re really easy to clean up.”. Please welcome this little senior dude into your family!
Spyder has been neutered, vaccinated and was January 3, 2010.
To adopt, call us 416-538-8592, press #1, fill in our adoption online form on our Adopt A Cat page.