Hi there =)
I purchased a Exotic Shorthair kitten from a reputable pet shop in Madrid 2months ago and named him Cheese. He is as of today 26th Dec 5months old. Cheese is very loving, playful when left alone, greets me whenever I come home, is never afraid of any strangers or other animals, purring nonstop whenever you pick him up, loves to be petted and hugged, and loves to sleep in bed with you and rest his upper body on your chest or sometimes even on your face. He is not of big size and weighs 1.6kg currently. He is, in summary, the sweetest and nicest tempered kitten I have ever met.
There is one thing special about Cheese though, that is his left eye, which had a bad infection when he was a baby, although fully recovered, left him somewhat with a lazy eyelid. So while his right eye is all normal and round and huge, his left eye only opens half way and appeared to be a smaller eye. He is otherwise totally healthy and his eye does not need any medicine. He is fully vaccinated and dewormed and not yet neutered.
Unfortunately I have to be allocated to Asia and then somewhere else and will be leaving Spain on 1st Jan 2012, at this young age I think it will be cruel to bring Cheese with me on flight after flight. So after much consideration I have decided to leave Cheese in Spain with a loving family.
Please see his photos I took over the last week here: https://picasaweb.google.com/117085340648296922356/Cheese26thDec2011?authkey=Gv1sRgCPTHgcvMgbTMAw
Please only contact me if:
1. You love Cheese based on the description and his photos, and are prepared and dedicated to give him a forever home
2. You have experiences keeping pets or are at least prepared to read up to be educated on cats
3. You can personally pick up Cheese (I have his cage and litter box and food and toys) on this Friday 30th Dec or Sat 31st Dec, before 2pm at my address downtown Madrid
Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need more information or have already decided to take Cheese home. =)
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!