I adopted Odin (AKA the Buddiest Buddy that ever Buddied) as a kitten from the Persian and Himalayan Cat Rescue in Mill Valley. Odin stole my heart when he was the only one, among his brothers and sisters, that kept coming back to play and cuddle up with me. We had a special connection from that very first meeting and I’ve grown more and more in love with him with each passing year. Odin is very communicative, curious, courageous, cuddly, and incredibly loving. He is my furry four-legged soul mate, my heart, and my inspiration.
Odin can’t get enough of: napping on pillows and soft blankets, communicating his wants and needs, flopping on his back for pets, sneaking under the blankets in the middle of the night, devouring tuna and any kind of jerky, crunching on hard food, drinking from faucets, gnawing on pens, chewing on plants, warming himself up near any kind of heat source, chasing his sister Loki, attacking plastic bags, playing with his tail, doing his water dance before drinking water, doing his wee wee dance of kneading and kicking, jumping in and out of boxes, soaking up hot shower steam, digging and hanging out in drawers, cuddling in warm laps, giving kisses, and being cared for by all his new friends at Campus Vet!
Odin could do without: intrusions on his nap time, noisy garbage trucks, disorienting windy days and nights, scary vacuum cleaners, and having to eat his bland kidney wet food.