Liebchen, the orange cat, is a rambunctious and friendly pet. When we first encountered him at the Rifle Animal Shelter in Aspen, Colorado, that is where we formed our initial opinion of him. After being brought inside, Liebchen immediately started to meow. We went ahead and got a harness; after that, there was no turning back.
In the tenth week of Liebchen’s existence, he went on his very first hike for the very first time with a harness and a leash. He now enjoys going on adventures worldwide with his meowmmy and papaw (his meowmmy and papaw). Hiking, skiing, and snowmobiling are his favorite things to do in the winter.
In addition to that, he likes to go swimming, paddle boarding, camping, and on vacations. A buddy shared Liebchen’s Facebook snapshot with us and sent it to us. The appearance of his half-white mustache and the look in his eyes gave the impression that he was pretty young and full of vitality.
When we found him, he hid in a corner and hissed at the other kittens.
It was not a frightening experience. Because of the other kittens, he experienced both comfort and unease. This was hilarious and sassy, almost as if it were saying, “Adopt me instead of the others!” It was immediately apparent how deeply he cared about other people.
He approached us, sprang into both arms, and retreated from the scene. When we bowed our heads, he started purring almost immediately afterward. Because of his clever demeanor and large eyes, I was confident that he was the perfect cat for me. He gave a presentation during the very first meeting. It made me really happy. Even after everything that has happened, he continues to communicate with us and let us know how he feels about each circumstance.