OK, we’re not going to lie. I’m just going to come right out with it: our Mitch is a problem.
The problem is that young Mitch is handsome - stunningly, heart-stoppingly, incredibly handsome. Take your breath away handsome. Now you ladies out there might agree with me that there’s something fine about admiring a good male specimen. The Brad Pitts and George Clooneys carry it off with aplomb, that “I don’t know why everybody is making a fuss” attitude. But young Mitch has a glint in his eye and a slight smirk that says he knows we think he’s gorgeous, and he’s enjoying it. Insufferable, actually. I’m thinking more like Jamie Dornan, Idris Elba or Henry Cavill. Ever feel like they’re watching us watching them?
Luckily our boy Mitch has something all those celebrities might not have. He’s also a complete sweetheart. He’s affectionate, cuddly, and playful. He spent his childhood indoors with a family he loved. They moved away recently, and had planned to put Mitch outside with a one-day supply of food. Lucky Mitch was rescued by a kind neighbour, and is now safe with us. We think he was never disciplined by his family, and he didn’t like it much in his foster home, so his manners might need some work. That’s why we’re recommending experienced cat owners, and no kids.
He’s looking for a forever home, this time one he deserves, where his enthralled humans tell him how gorgeous he is and how lucky they are that he chose them for his new home.
The people Mitch decides to love will be the lucky ones indeed.