How cute is Oreo?
His current rating is 4.54 out of 5 with 26 vote(s).
All about Oreo
There are millions and millions of cat lovers across North America and this is because cats make great pets. In general they are easier to take care of than dogs and much more independent than dogs. They are normally affectionate, cuddly, cute, they don’t eat that much and they don’t put too many demands on their owners. In terms of pleasing our human senses, house cats come in different breeds with different shapes, colours, fur lengths and personalities. But what if you want something a little different, more unique? What if you want a different type of cat, maybe a much larger cat? If you have a flair for the exotic you might consider getting a serval.
Servals are slowly becoming more popular as pets. Servals look like cheetahs but they are much smaller. They typically weigh anywhere from 20-40 pounds depending on their sex (males are heavier) and ancestry. Their body length is anywhere from 2-3 feet and they are about 2 feet tall. The come from Africa and still roam wild in many rural places. They are also slowly starting to become more known as house-pets but they are still quite rare and not for everyone.
- Lily Dalton
- Province, Country:
- FL, United States
- Date of Birth:
- Not Provided
- Coat Colour:
- Black & White
- Eye Colour:
Adoption: I adopted Oreo in October, 04 from a woman who lived down the road from my sister. He was 6 months old, and the smallest of his litter.
Physical Description: He is a short haired, Black & White, Hemingway. He has 3 extra toes, which look like little thumbs when he walks. He has the most beautiful green eyes and an adorable face.
Personality: Oreo is my little angel. He is curled up at my feet while I'm typing this. He is very easy going and relaxed. He's a little clumsy at times, and can be very playful. He loves to hang upside down in my arms. He is the sweetest thing that has ever come into my life.
Favorite Games: Chasing laser pens, Playing tag with our friend's dog, playing hide & seek (he thinks we can't see him) and chasing his own tail (I didn't think cats did that)