Quick Bio

Age: Young (1-3 years)
Gender: Male
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Colour: Black & White
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with vaccinations
  • Litter trained
Adoption Status: Adopted

Here is the current situation: Mumford was adopted by my coworker last December, but she had to leave the country suddenly and wasn't able to take him with her/find him a new home, so he is currently living with me. Unfortunately, I have severe cat allergies and am not able to keep him for much longer.

He's a very loving, sweet cat. He is 3 years old, and is up to date on all of his shots. He likes to lick your hand, and will nip at you, but in a playful way (he never breaks the skin, and is not malicious at all). He is an oddball, and enjoys sleeping under the blankets with you, or on your feet. He is a picky eater and prefers kitten food. Mumford likes to scratch at boxes, lick plastic bags, and drink out of the bathroom sink. He is a great companion, and sits next to me on the couch, sits in the kitchen while I'm cooking, and greets me at the door when I come home.

Another thing about Mumford is that he has no tail - just a little stump. I'm not sure what happened, whether it happened when he was a kitten or from a previous owner, but it doesn't bother him and he still wags his little stump happily every day.

I would really like to find Mumford a good home where he can stay for good, since he has been moved around so many times. I hope that once he gets settled in somewhere he will be less skittish - loud noises freak him out, and he sometimes meows in the night. He's a handsome, amazing cat and he deserves a good home! Please help if you can!

**I have tins of cat food, food and water dish, liter, a liter tray, and cat carrier for Mumford.

Adoption Fee: ₩50,000
Location: Seoul - 서울
Living Situation: Other circumstance


megs's picture

Awww! Haha, love the cat 'stache!
Is the meowing a problem? My cat used to do that, too, but we were able to train her out of it.

bonjourmagaly's picture

The meowing can be a bit much some nights, even though I make sure he has everything he needs before I go to sleep. I think that he's stressed. How did you train your cat to stop?

megs's picture

Initially, I had a lot of bad advice, and it only got worse. Then I read this article from the ASPCA, and started doing that. My cat was meowing for attention (initially I thought bladder infection, but was thankfully wrong). I would wait until she stopped meowing for a minute, and when quiet, would look right out her, praise her, coo at her, call her name and pick her up. Turned out she just wanted us to know she was alive....which is funny, since we paid a lot of attention to her anyway.

Not sure what your specifics are, but here's the link:

p.s. Part of our problem, too, was being crowded into a cramped, tiny apartment, with no windows for her to look out of. Even though she had toys and we played with her regularly, it was some combination of tiny apartment, not feeling like we paid attention to her, and a really awful sleep schedule that made her miserable.

BGuy's picture

Awesome half-moustache and goatee

JAS's picture
Karen's picture

Thanks for catching the duplicate, I've now removed the earlier listing. I hope this adoption works out.

JAS's picture

His original adoption didn't work out back in December under his first listing, but upon finding him again he's definitely back where he belongs and I've become a quasi foster failure. He's joined my brood bringing us up to three cats and a foster dog and he's here to stay. It was a bit rocky bringing him back into the household but the cats have worked out their pecking order and there's finally peace again. Don't worry, you won't see him up for adoption again.