Critter Profile: Boston! - Mew’s Drafts

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Critter Profile: Boston!

Overview!

Oriental_Shorthair

Name: Boston

Species: Of the Felidae family

Primary Caretaker: Terrestrial Team, Oliver Martinez

Diet: Cat food, variety of raw meats, and small rodents. (Depends on how he’s feeling!)

Housed: Wilson’s Wildlife Center, Enclosure 4

Creature Features!

‘Boston’ is our name for our unique feline specimen we found wandering the streets up in Mcminnville. Poor guy was dodging cars; he sure was glad to be in safe hands! Boston is a very affectionate little buddy. When our rescue team picked him up, the little guy couldn’t stop bumping against their hands and purring. How sweet!

Boston here is difficult to describe physically in detail because well, he’s constantly changing species! Boston lives the entire life span of one cat species in twenty-four hours, and comes back as a different cat species. Boston has been all sorts of breeds; Ocelot, Russian Blue, Jaguar, Scottish Fold, American Tabby, Lion, even a Sabertooth Tiger! That’s not even all; Boston has lived as more cats then I can name.

Boston loves to play with toys. Across all of his forms, it’s always been a noticeable trait of his. We had to get used to the way he plays each species he is. When Boston was a Panther, Oliver took Boston’s nudge to play as an attack. Poor Boston though they were playing a game, and chased him! We now know that Boston’s personality doesn’t change across his forms, only the way it’s presented!

History!

Jaguar

Boston taking a walk!


We mentioned it briefly, but to elaborate we found Boston dodging cars. Initially, our rescue team picked up Boston to patch up his scars, make sure he’s in good health, and scan to see if he had a chip. We wouldn’t want to separate a pet from its family! Oliver was holding Boston in his lap when he noticed that the little guy began to grow to the size of an adult cat! That’s when we realized that Boston was no ordinary feline!

It was quite a shock when the sweet little Siamese kitten we’d picked up nearly a day ago had already passed away. Everyone in charge of Boston collectively agreed that it was likely Boston would return the next day. Oliver went to check on Boston’s grave the next morning, when a shocking discovery was made! A baby panther was peacefully sleeping near his grave! It wasn’t hard to tell that the baby panther was Boston, even before he started aging again. Boston’s key personality trait of playfulness made it apparent! We’re now used to the cycle, and have properly prepared our hearts for the end of the day (I know how hard Boston’s initial death hit you, Oliver).

Boston has an incredible memory; its almost on a human level! Boston never forgets a face. When Mason visited to check on him, Boston went straight up to him for a friendly greeting! He sure did appreciate being picked up from the streets that day. Boston doesn’t appear to like dogs; While playing with him, she mentioned to Oliver how she was going to enclosure 13 later to check on the dogs there, and Boston suddenly fled to to corner of his enclosure. Poor guy, must have had a bad experience in the past! Boston seems to favor his male care takers over his female ones. We speculate this has something to do with a past owner of his.

Special Needs and Accommodations!

Due to Boston’s constantly changing size and species, we had to house him alone. We’d love for Boston to get to interact with other cats, but we wouldn’t wanna frighten them. Boston gets a good share of interaction anyway from his caretakers. Oliver and Boston have been especially close, so we know that Boston is no where near lonely! We made sure to give Boston a large enclosure with plenty of room.

Boston has a constantly flexing diet. We never quite know what he’ll want. Sometimes Boston wants to chase live prey even as a domestic breed! So we make sure to have plenty of his food for him.

Notes about crittername!

Boston has taken quite well to our staff, so it came as a surprise when Boston attempted to escape on 17/5/2018. He slipped right past the enclosure opening during breakfast, he’s mighty fast, even as a kitten! He didn’t get off the property, luckily. Oliver was pretty upset, understandably confused and shocked as to why Boston jumped through the fence that morning.

Rachel did some research to see if there was any documentation of Boston in Oregon. Low and behold, there were numerous reports of exotic and domestic cats showing up at the doorstep of a house on Wildflower Drive, as well as calls to local animal control for the same reason. We theorize that Boston was on the way to this house when we saved him from the streets. It seems this house was significant to Boston, a past owner, maybe. But poor Boston kept getting animal control called on him! We believe despite these details of Boston’s past, he’s still very happy here. Every sign points to it!

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