Thursday, October 13, 2016

Feline Friday - Thor!

Our Thor most certainly has been named after the great god, Thor, who was associated with thunder and lightening, storms, strength, and the protection of  all of mankind. Doesn't this description conjure up visions of a being that was powerful, and intimidating to all who saw him?  When our Thor was a kitten the person who named him must have had high hopes for him to become a big and strong cat who would never be ruled by another cat, or mere mortals like you and me. 

Thor's kitten years are gone and he has grown to be a 5 yr. old teddy bear of a kitty!  He is precious.  He is affectionate and laid back.  He is everybody's friend and can't wait to be petted by his new friends when they come into the shop. 

He is described as a blue tabby.  His stripes are faint, but you'll see them when you look closely.  He is beautiful!  He is, however, just a little weight challenged.  His new owner will most likely want to visit with a vet about how to help him trim down to a healthier weight.  

He is a very lovable kitty and I believe that he would be a great addition to anyone's family.  We were told that the previous owner had 2 cats, Thor being one of them, that didn't get along with each other even after living together for a year.  The owner decided to let Thor go.  We know what a wonderful cat he is and hope that it won't be very long before he goes home with a new family.  

Thor is a healthy kitty he has tested negative for FeLeuk/Aids and is current on rabies and FVRCP vaccinations.  He also has a HomeAgain micro-chip implanted and will be registered, with the new owners' contact information, at no cost.   

If you are interested in meeting Thor, feel free to come by StreetCats at 6520 E. 60th St, in Tulsa, 10:30 - 5:00 Tuesday though Saturday, or call our message line, 918-298-0104, with any questions that you may have.  We would love to show you around and introduce you to him and I’m sure that he would love to meet you, too! 

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