P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
Just dropping you a note to let you know about "ZumZum". We renamed him to Romeo because he is such a lover boy - all he wants is to be hugged and loved all day long! He seems to respond nicely to that name! He INSTANTLY bonded to everyone in the family. He is exceptionally friendly with my 2 year old and has not had any issues since we brought him home.
A fun fact to share is that Romeo is 100% tolerable of the kitten we have who is ~5.5 months old. She jumps on him and sneaks up on him and tries to snuggle with him all of the time and he lets her - just like a good big brother!! They are becoming inseparable. That is a real plus because they have a good bond and keep each other company.
Thanks for sending him home with me! It was a true holiday blessing!
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