Biscuit Boy
ID# C-12-255

17 year old • Male

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Biscuit Boy's coloring is pale, creamy champagne colored. He has a nice wide head which is so cute on the male kitties and which we almost never see anymore! It is hard to photograph Biscuit Boy because he is so loving he keeps head-bumping the camera!

Biscuit Boy got his well-earned name because he is as golden and delicious as your Mama's best buttermilk biscuits AND he is a primo kitty biscuit-baker (this term refers to the adorable kneading motion that some cats do with their front two paws). He ADORES people and is sweet and gentle with every person he meets. At first he was not used to other cats and did not like his foster brother. Now they play often and sleep near each other so we can say with confidence that he should do fine with another friendly cat in the home, as long as they are not aggressive to him. However, BB is the type of kitty that would also be fine as a single cat in the household as long as he will get a lot of affection and social interaction from his person. Biscuit boy is healthy, very well-behaved and is litterbox trained. Please give this little fellow the forever home he so deserves!

My Details
Likes Cats Unknown
Likes Dogs No
Likes Young Kids Yes


Biscuit Boy was dumped at a high kill shelter by an uncaring person who had him for 3 years living outside with no regular food and zero vet care. They decided they did not want him anymore even though they were not caring for him, and took him to a shelter to be euthanized. As an "owner surrender" he was due to be euthanized on the spot, as the shelter had no open cages available (cages are reserved for strays). Biscuit Boy was literally pulled out of the euthanasia room at this rural NC shelter. One of the volunteers we work with rescued him seconds before his lethal injection was due to be given and brought him to us. Now he is snug and safe in a foster home, but he is waiting for a real home of his own where he will be cherished for the rest of his life as he deserves.