Rex says that he has really had it with his brother finding a new home before he did. He thinks it may be his coloring. His brother was white and tabby and was adopted a few days ago.
Whenever anyone comes into the room, he is instantly glued to their side, full of questions. “Why him and not me? I mean, I am far better looking! Do I need to use a better hair gel? I am pretty sure that my hair is perfect.
I am completely healthy, sweet and loving. Am I too loving? Is my purr too loud? Also, I am smarter than my brother!
Please come and adopt Rex! The staff are worried about the blow to his self esteem, and know he is truly a good cat that could go very wrong if he gets bitter about this. Rex is almost a year old, he is neutered and up to date with vaccinations.
Rex and other adoptable pets at Bradford County Humane Society can be viewed at pa19.petfinder.com. BCHS is a no-kill shelter, and a United Way Agency.