I was first spotted by some cat ladies in a village. Never seen before by the river banks where a cat colony was living, and being quite ok around humans I was removed from there. The catladies then look for a foster home. And that is how I met my hooman. I was neutered and adopted at the same time. Back then we were only 5 cats and I was ok with the elders. Since then we have moved quite a few times and I have grown a taste for being alone in my lengthy walks. It helps me destress from being with all others. See, with age comes those times you just do not wan to share space. I can get stressed by the young crew even if they actually never really bug me. But I am now growing older and I just want peace.
This hooman thinks maybe I could have a home for myself? It is not really a decision of hers. She loves me enough to understand where my best interest lies and, therefore is willing to let fate decide. Should someone with no other cats, show interest in me, she will let me go. It means, she'll care for me for ever but knows I might be better of in a house by myself. Now going outside presents many dangers and I am allowed out only to release some steam and because I go to the green, deep inside fields where no cars, no other animals go. I can easily be spotted from the window and every might I return home.
This is March 2022 and as temperatures rise I will become a night owl. This is when it is trickier for the hooman. She would really love to find a safe place for me.