They are funny....and they're all different. Tigger has been a really good cat, and incredibly mellow and nonaggressive...considering all he's gone through. That doesn't necessarily apply to outdoor neighborhood cats who violate his space. He gets a bit worked up over that....but even then, not in a very aggressive way. He doesn't care much for dogs though. My sister has a Sheltie that is about the least threatening dog I've ever been around. Tigger hisses at her if she comes anywhere near him....even though she goes out of her way to avoid him and he isn't afraid of her. Go figure.
Well, after awhile we questioned whether Tigger was feral. It seemed more likely that he had been a pet at some point because he seemed to know about indoors and he very quickly overcame some of the basic trust issues and was quite confident with me. He showed up in an area where there was a lot of seasonal residents and sadly, it wasn't that unusual for pets to be lost or abandoned. He's never expressed much interest in going back outdoors. His one lingering behavior from back then is that he loves to eat and works hard at assuring he'll never miss another meal.
What has your research told you of cats and music, do they respond to it positively? Dose type or tempo make a difference? I have a cats that likes country music and my others seems to lean towards classical or piano compositions...
Yes George does have some small tan splotches here and then. I've always loved that about him. I currently live with my mom, who owns two of the five , but this fall I'm moving in with my boyfriend, and we're taking George, BooBoo and possibly Angel. But five is definitely a lot. I've never owned that many before! We just kept coming across adorable kitties who needed a home. But I'm sure you know the feeling!