Animal ID 50422142 
Species Cat 
Breed Domestic Shorthair/Mix 
Age 10 years 7 months  
Gender Male 
Color Grey 
Declawed No 
Every morning Molloy runs over squeaking looking for love and attention. The second his foster parents pet him he flops over on his side with excitement. He also enjoys being brushed and has perfect litter box habits. Check out his Instagram for flopping videos.

He loves Monty his bonded brother, they spends most of their days snuggling. He loves to try to get Monty to groom him and lick his head. He adorably lays on his back with his feet in the air waiting for Monty to come over and groom him.

He is very food motivated and loves to run across the room chasing after treats.

When his fosters first got Molloy he was very shy. Then he realized that they have treats and food and he embraced attention and pets. When it's dinner time he squeals in excitement or runs around our legs waiting for food :)

Molloy needs a patient adopter who is willing to spend time with him, and who will give him LOTS of love and attention! He loves pets, and likes to rub up against his foster parents so they keep petting him. He does have a nervous side and will give you a gentle swat (no claws) as a warning.

As a senior cat, Molloy requires yearly bloodwork to monitor his health. His next test is due in March 2024. Like all ACR cats, Molloy has been treated for fleas and parasites.

A little about Monty:

Montgomery (Monty for short) is very curious and likes to follow, sit near and watch his foster parents. He has started to enjoy pets and brushing, and can be very silly, lying on his back with his feet in the air while playing with his toys. He is still very shy and nervous, but has started embracing gentle pets on his cheeks and back. Monty can be very silly, lying on his back with his feet in the air playing with his toys.

Monty and Molloy grew up together in the same colony; they spend all their time together, sleeping or grooming each other. They are a bonded pair and need to be adopted together!

They will require a patient adopter who has experience with street cats, who understands that it will take some time to open up. They need someone who has space in their home to give them a quiet place to adjust to a new environment, it can take a little while for street cats to open up and feel safe. These boys also require an adopter who has experience getting street cats into a cat carrier, as they do not enjoy being picked up.

To check out a video of Monty & Molloy loving each other's company, follow this link: