Sunday, February 7, 2010
Kobi (a Hebrew nickname for Yakov -- Jacob) came to us from one of the alley colonies south of the Midway. He is being fostered in a home with two kids, and fostermom Ainat can't stop telling me what a "great family cat" he is, how "sweet and wonderful" and "fabulous." He will sit in a lap, starts purring upon being glanced at, plays with toys, and is playful with the kids, but without any aggression. Like many former alley cats, Kobi may need weight management; presently his fostermom describes him "like a little furry barrel of cat." Kobi is all black, neutered and vaccinated, and has FIV, a chronic and manageable condition. He is available for adoption.