Hi, I'm Bob. I was adopted on January 31!


Orange Tabby

Adult, Male

With a very friendly, playful and gentle personality, Bob is a handsome 5-year-old Manx with a short, stubby tail. Bob is a very social cat that loves sitting on laps, snugging with you at night, and stretching out on the floor with you while you do yoga or exercises. Always very gentle with his claws, Bob never bites or scratches. He loves to play with all sorts of toys, and he can entertain himself if you are busy. Bob came to AFRP from South Monterey County after being picked up as a sick and neglected stray. Due to his time on the streets, he is dominant with other cats and he’ll do best as a single cat in the home. He does get along with easygoing dogs and should do fine with gentle children over age 6.

Bob has bounced back nicely from his life as a stray, however he does have a condition known as Chronic Feline Rhinitis. This was caused by a non-fatal virus he most likely acquired as an unvaccinated youngster. This means Bob often experiences nasal congestion, with some nasal discharge and sneezing. As a result, Bob will need frequent vet visits throughout the year so his health can be monitored and he can receive an appropriate course of treatment when necessary.  Since Bob’s condition is viral, he may be contagious to other cats and he should be a single cat in the household. Meet and greets can be arrange once an application is approved.

Please note: Due to COVID-19, preference is given to residents of Monterey County and Santa Cruz County.

Bob has already been adopted!