Ms. Dalton and her family decided to maintain the cat's campus name. "We named him 'DeeCe,'" she says.
How does DeeCee like his new home? "DeeCe adjusted very nicely," Ms. Dalton says. "He has two golden retrievers, a cat and teenagers that accepted him openly. We brought him to our vet who gave him a clean bill of health. His first night in our home he slept in, Nolan's, our youngest son's bed. What we find odd about DeeCe is he loves the bathroom sink. Anytime anyone walks into the bathroom, DeeCe races to get into the room first and dives into the sink and waits for us to turn the water on and he drinks and plays with the water. DeeCe hunts daily in our back field by the pond, he meows at the back door when he wants to come in and sits in front of the cubbard where we keep the cat food when he wants to eat. He is very comfortable in his new home and he fits in well with our family."