The legend of Samson says that he was given immense strength to aid him against his enemies and allow him to perform superhuman feats as long as no one cut his hair.
I haven’t seen this Samson perform any superfeline feats, but he definitely has the attitude of a mythological hero. Samson is 4 years young and has lived with one family his whole life.
He is a bit of a wild child - but now that his people are expecting a human child of their own, poor Samson finds himself looking for a new place to call home. Such a smart cookie - Samson makes his own games and adventures and they aren’t necessarily what his people had in mind.
This curious boy has a taste for plastic - grocery bags and water bottles are his sworn enemies. But you know what? It seems easy enough to make sure those plastic bags are locked away doesn’t it? Maybe he’s really just an environmentalist at heart - trying to rid the world of single use plastic maybe?
Being a mythological hero is tough work and Samson feels that the world should bow down to him. He needs a home that will give him things to do - a climbing tree, windows to survey his kingdom, and toys would be a good start. Like many heros he doesn’t play that well with others. If overstimulated he plays rough and therefore would do best in a home without small children.
He is not good with other cats or dogs. Samson is looking for a home where he can be admired for his great strength of character, given mental stimulation and where he can rule the world with an iron paw.