Midnight is a big cat at a whopping 15 pounds, but he always skips leg day so his legs are tiny. He was brought to us because his owner was getting deployed, and they had lots of good things to say about Midnight. He comes when you snap your fingers, is a lap cat (once he gets to know you), didn't mind a resident dog (but has never lived with other cats and hasn't seemed to like them here), and has been around kids. Midnight was declawed at some point before his previous owner adopted him from a shelter in Philly, so he can be mouthy sometimes. Midnight was VERY ANGWY when he first arrived to the shelter, but a few days in a staff person's office made him feel much calmer! Here's what his office mate says about him:
"Midnight has been getting more chill every day. Less hissing became no hissing. Trying to swat became no swatting. For the past two days he's just been chilling in his bed, looking around, watching me, meowing when I said his name. So today I just let him out of the condo. HE LOVES IT. He hopped down and has been walking around exploring for the last 30 minutes. He's meowing at me, and purring, and he's letting me pet him. He'll lay down every now and then, stretched out as faaaaar as he can get - but is soon up and walking around again. He has a high-pitched meow that can sometimes *sound* agitated but that's just his meow, and his tail is constantly switching back and forth, which is kind of a mixed message. He seems very happy and comes back to me pretty often to check in and get pets."
Midnight is content in "his" office and really loves "helping" his "assistant" work at the computer, often headbutting her hands until she pets him. He would happily give up his managerial role to be adopted though. So come adopt Midnight and get this squeaky, social, confident, tiny-legged cat boy outta here!!