With facial markings reminiscent of Sherlock Holmes’ mustachioed friend, Watson is a quiet, playful and loving cat.
He can be shy, but after a few days — and the liberal application of cat treats — Watson will learn you are to be trusted and loved.
Watson loves to curl up in the crook of your arm or next to you in bed. He also loves to be petted on his cheeks and behind his ears, but he isn’t sensitive with other parts of his body, either, which is very good. His favourite toys are light objects he can spastically bat around the room — balls made out of foil are a good option. Watson has the tendency to lose his toys, and he’s not good at remembering to look for them. He’s definitely no Sherlock!
Watson knows how to use scratching posts and the litter box like a pro. He also loves snuggly, hiding places, like a pet carrier with a blanket on the bottom. He’s always eager to be fed. He might hiss at you if you approach him too quickly, but that’s just because he’s startled. He’s a sweet cat and has no aggressive tendencies that we know of. We’re not sure how Watson would do with dogs or small children, but he seems to be good around other cats who will let him be his quiet, snuggly self.