**DECLAWED, MUST BE AN INDOOR ONLY KITTY**
Tut was taken to the shelter when he got cranky with the 14 year old girl he previously lived with and bit her. We found out that Tut is declawed which might be why he bites on occasion. It’s the only way he has to defend himself. When Tut first arrived at the shelter he didn't want anything to do with the shelter workers and would hiss, swat and give them the stink eye. After he had been there for a while he began to let the shelter employees touch him. He is very sweet and loves attention, but doesn’t like to be held. He does bite sometimes, but it’s more of a love nip, not a hard bite. He would make a good pet for an adult who doesn't mind independent cats. We rescued him from the shelter because we didn't feel like biting someone deserved the death penalty. Since Tut has been with us, he has not bitten any of the volunteers except when he was cornered and being microchipped. He lets us all pet him and love on him.