Monster is my wild child. He has endless amounts of energy. He is constantly running, jumping, leaping and climbing. He is about 12lbs soaking wet and starts wrestling matches with our 50lb dog. He could be compared to the Tasmanian Devil, Sonic the Hedgehog, or the Roadrunner from Bugs Bunny. He is an adorable, furry, ball of energy. Sometimes he can take this never ending energy out on his little sister Minga, but most of the time, he is such a great cat!
In fact, when Monster isn’t busy tearing through the house at a high rate of speed, he is usually cuddling with his favorite human. As wild as Monster is, he is also the most affectionate cat I have ever had. Every single evening and every single morning, Monster can be found curled up against me, purring away. It makes it quite difficult to find the motivation to get up for work in the mornings, when I have the world’s cutest snuggler, nuzzling into my neck. Monster also has this really endearing quality that only a mother could love and appreciate. He doesn’t seem to have the ability to swallow while he purrs. This tends to result in a lot of drool along with the cuddling, but I’ll take it if it means having this adorable ball of fur next to me every morning.