Here I am, chilling on my favorite box. It’s important that I guard my box, because it’s a truly excellent box and otherwise someone might steal it. I’m pretty sure I caught the tabby next door eyeing it the other day. You might think I look a little bit tentative in my photos, but that’s only because (a) I was afraid a certain tabby villain might steal my box and (b) I wasn’t quite sure about the camera flash. I was hoping it might be like that red laser dot toy I enjoy so much, but it wasn’t like that at all. Anyway, my photo doesn’t do me justice, because I’m really very loving and sweet.
You might be wondering how I got my name, Conan. At first, I thought I was named after Conan O’Brien, because I have such a good sense of humor. For example, you could spend all day building me the fanciest of cat-trees, with perches and scratching posts and ladders and hidey-holes, and I would probably only be interested in the box it came in. I’m funny like that. But the truth is that I was named after Conan the Barbarian, because I was a little bit tattered and worse for wear when I came to the shelter. But I’m not really barbaric at all! I get along well with all the people and cats I meet. It’s true that I’ve led a hard life, but now I’m ready to be pampered with plenty of cuddles and chicken.
My box is my first love. (Did I mention that?) Maybe my second love will be you. Then I could sit on you instead of on my box. Yes, I think that would work out nicely. Why don’t we find out together?
Conan will be great in any type of home including with older children and small dogs. He has no special needs and will make a very special addition to the family.
Like all SNAP pets, Conan is neutered, up to date on shots and vaccinations, and micro-chipped. And ready to meet you at one of our adoption centers or by special appointment.
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First posted February 9, 2018.