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Color:      DSH Gray (micro-chipped)
Age:        Born Approx. March 15, 2015
Gender:  Neutered Male/micro-chipped


This is Henry's second chance at finding a permanent home. After three years, he was returned to PAW in June, 2018, because of a move. He had originally been rescued as a kitten back in the summer of 2015 by The Last Chance Cat Ranch. He was subsequently transferred to the PAW Society shortly thereafter and went on to be adopted through PAW along with Jerome. Sadly, Jerome was returned along with Henry.


Henry is a happy and energetic medium-sized fellow with a personality all of his own. He will do well in a home where he has the opportunity to be an only child. He's much more chill if he doesn't have to worry about what the other foster cats are up to. The best news is that human relationships bring him a ton of joy.  He is very affectionate and gentle and loves to be hugged and petted. He's also very playful. He will enthusiastically accept an invitation to play - string toys, laser pointers and balls tossed for hunting and capture. When he's entertaining himself - sprinting, usually - he gets all poofy, tail included. He's very entertaining when he's in the zone! He's also very alert and quick to notice if something out of the ordinary appears in his environment. He'll then do the low and slow approach and bop the intrusive object with a 'you don't belong here!' attitude. It's so very cute to watch. He likes vertical space, tall cat trees or anything he can run up and down. But Henry also excels at relaxing and when it's time to regenerate, he'll come to you to have his forehead softly stroked, preferably as he snuggles up closely or settles himself on your lap. He likes when children visit and lives companionably with a yorkshire terrier in his foster home. We think sweet Henry will fit in beautifully with a new family.

Update:  January 14, 2020, Henry had a dental - two lower molars extracted and the rest of his teeth polished to perfection! He recovered quickly.