Isn’t this a face you’d like to look at for the next 20 years or so? Ernie is a natural ham—I didn’t even have to lift him up on most things to photograph him, he got himself up there and he knew all about modeling, I hardly had to wave toys around. He’d walk, strike a pose and look at me, waiting for me to photograph.
Ernie is a medium-haired tuxedo kitty with bright green eyes that look quite yellow in sunlight. He’s going to be a big boy, I think, already noticeable larger than brother Bert, with thicker legs and big round paws. Did I say big round paws? They look like white mittens! And that face, even from the time they came here and only peeked out of his carrier to hiss at me, his silly face made me smile. Now he is relaxed and confident, and gives great nose kisses and purrs. He’s not very vocal, but he likes to be held and loves to sit on my lap which he usually wins instead of Bert.
Ernie was likely born in May 2014. He was trapped along with his brother Bert in August 2014 and taken to a shelter. Acting “feral” they were to be euthanized but PittsburghCAT’s contact with the shelter offered to give them another chance. They’ve come a long way from where they started, and they deserve a really happy forever home, together or apart. So take a look at his photos! Ernie is up for adoption through PittsburghCat and hasn’t had one single person show interest, so let’s make Ernie feel better and contact me!
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