It hurts me more than I could ever put into words to have to find him a new home, but my health is failing due to a heart condition and I'm running out of time. Rescued from abusive family when he was only 6 months old, Ralph has been a little angel. He behaves more like a dog than a cat. He will tolerate baths, loves rides in the car, and will take long walks without straying even in unknown areas, like a park. How many cats have you ever seen taking a walk in a park? He needs to have some time outside to play in a safe area, he has a lot of energy is very inquisitive. He loves to explore, but when it's time to come in, he will come running to a loud whistle. I was told he is Manx and Siamese, so he is extremely smart and very 'talkative'. He doesn't have any bad habits, I've never had to tell him not to do something twice. He sheds very little and will not scratch furniture. Every day, for the past 4 years, he has been waiting for me at the door or in the parking lot when I come home. He likes to sleep in the bed and loves to snuggle. He would be a loving companion to a mature single person or even a couple, but hasn't had much experience with children since his rescue. I'm sure he would bond with well behaved,loving children if given the opportunity. I can't leave this world without knowing he will have another person that will care for him and love him as much as I do. I would literally do anything to make sure he has a happy, forever home.