Bitey - He used to lightly bite at my hands when he wanted to be petted or if he was over stimulated. He was one of four babies abandoned by their mother at about 3 months old. There are 3 left, the one I couldn't catch to get neutered , left. They are all about 11-12 months old now (this little boy is just really, really grown ) Since Covid came and slowed down my effort to find them homes. There is a lot to consider here and this is all during the worst time of my life. I'm still fighting a fatal heart condition that was supposed to have taken my life over two years ago. I have left side valve damage and my body wouldn't accept any kind of artificial implants. The doctors can't explain why I haven't passed away,other than sheer force of will. I can't go yet, I'm all they have! I've been focussed on ending as much suffering and loneliness in this world as I can before I go by finding them all good forever homes. They are all abandoned at our apartment complex, heartless people leaving innocent animals to die. The pandemic actually saved their lives when grounds keepers were suspended because they were going to trap and euthenize them. I am running out of time on two fronts now, my health and the suspension may be coming to an end. He is a warm living little boy that I would do anything to keep but my cat won't have another in his home. He is full of life and energy and it would be an amazing experience to bond with a feral cat. I can pet him and pick him up and he loves the attention, but he is not domesticated yet. When the mother left, which hardly ever happens, they needed to have an alpha. Humans will hardly ever form a bind with a feral cat because the mother will teach them to stay away most of the time. I wasn't able to spend that much time, going late at night so as not to attract attention. If you could give him your live and time, remembering to be very patient, you could be the animals first Alpha connection and he would be utterly devoted to you! It would be an amazing experience and would be more like the bond with a dog. He needs room to play, he wouldn't be good indoors unless it was a very big home. He could be be indoor/outdoor after he got used the home, but definitely not an apartment cat. The last three ng I want to do is put them in 'the system' being moved from home to home like furniture, discarded because it's inconvenient. You can absolutely train cats like dogs with patience and love. If you are financially secure enough to give him vet care if he needs it, have the time to spend, have the space, and have a big heart, this would be a once in a lifetime opportunity! Please text or email me as soon as possible. Thank you for looking. Donate, volunteer, and always stop any animal abuse. Thank you. God bless.