Tux is a BIG lovable sweetheart. He is about 21 lbs. We are trying to rehome him because he is bullying our female cats. He does perfect with the boys, but very dominant with the females. We are behind on his rabies shot, but will get it administered before rehoming. He is neutered. Friendly, lovable. Will lay his big behind right on you to get some lovin'. I love him very much, but feel he would be best in a home with no other cats, or only males. You can see by the picture how big he is. Has big paws. Never meets a stranger, no matter if there is 2 people visiting my home, or 15. Always sits right in the middle wanting attention, or trying to get into ladies purses. Loves to talk to you, drink water out of the bathroom sink, lay on you and purrrrr., and even likes being blow dryed on low heat setting. I have 4 older female cats and he is bullying them and jumping on them everyday. He is an absolute doll besides that and I pray he goes to an exceptional home. I think he is overweight because of the number of cats we have, he thinks he has to compete for food. He is always trying to get to the bowls first, and throws up because he ate too much. I hate to be so technical in describing him, but I want him to be in a great home, that will love him and make sure he is taken care of. Would not do well outside. He has never been outside, always been an inside cat. He gets along with my dogs as well, even seems part of the pack sometimes. He turned 4 in November 2017, so a little over 4 years old. We are in North Alabama, the shoals area.