I had an email today about a purebred Ragdoll kitty named Ollie. He is about a year old and is up-to-date on vaccines and is neutered. The owner does have his purebreed registration papers, so he must have come from a breeder.
If you click on the word “Ollie” above, it will open up the flyer about this boy. The owner wrote that he has “exhibited generalized anxiety syndrome, some aggression to petting, status aggression, and fear aggression.” It sounds to me as if he is a dominate cat who is not getting enough attention.
Furthermore, Ollie “needs a loving home with no small children and other pets should be secure, large animals.” Probably Ollie is picking on other smaller animals and would not be suitable for little kids.
He also “will need lots of play time throughout the day and an owner who has time to work with him.”
I think Ollie just needs to be an only cat or he needs to be with a large dog who likes cats and will not be bullied. I also think he needs someone to pay lots of attention to him. He is a gorgeous cat and probably has a gorgeous personality for the right person.
If you are interested in Ollie, the contact phone number is 937-309-9524.