Acquired: Rescue / shelter organization
Posted Sep 06, 2015
I adopted Prince, when he was two months old. His previous carers had named him Hulligan. At first I could not understand why, he was such a cute, helpless kitten. Little did I know, Prince was suffering from cat flu. After two visits to the vet, and two weeks of antibiotics, Prince was turning into a right hulligan! The once scared and helpless looking kitten had become extremely active and playful, getting into all sorts of mischief! Prince was raised in a family environment with four dogs. The dogs loved to show their excitement and affection towards Prince. Of course, Prince loved this attention. After a year, Prince and I moved into a bigger family, with the company of over 12 other cats! Prince loved the fact that he could go on big adventures inside the spacious house, along with the other cats, who soon befriended him as one of their own. Prince doesn't often wander off outside, but when he does, he loves to chase insects and lizards around the fields outside the house. Prince and my own favourite activity occurs at night, when we snuggle up together in the spooning position under the covers and fall asleep in each others warmth. I love Prince with all my heart. However, Prince also has his flaws. Prince is not like other cats I have owned. He refuses to compromise. I have tried endlessly to get him to behave, all in vain. I simply cannot be too strict with such an admirable creature who I absolutely adore. I guess Prince knows this and takes advantage! Prince is now two years old, and is healthy, handsome, happy and loved.