Prince doesn't take being a royal too seriously. He knows that his regal good looks are only part of what makes him a magnificent cat. Prince's stately temperament is sure to capture any subject that gives him a closer look. He is calm (as all royals should be), generous with his attention, and dignified in all things. Prince has silky soft fur which he will happily let his person brush until he drifts off into a peaceful sleep. Prince will even let his person give him a gentle belly rub.
He looks like a Scottish Fold with tiny ears but, he's not. Prince came to us when his feeder noticed Prince's ears appeared to be injured. It turned out that Prince was suffering from a viral condition. He had the damaged portion of his ears removed which we think just gives him an even more distinctive look. Proper medical care resolved Prince's illness and before long his glorious fur will grow back in and all that will remain is Prince's ability to tell a good story about how he came to lose parts of his ears.
Prince is a mature guy, but he still has plenty of playfulness in him. He enjoys other cats and would love to have a gentle companion cat in his home. He isn't shy, but he will likely start standoffish in a new home, and it will take some time for him to fully warm up. But he could also be a solo cat. It's unknown how he might react to dogs. He should be fine with calm children over the age of 10. We estimated Prince was born in 2013. Bio# 3902 GJ
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