My favorite thing to do is… quietly sneak up behind my foster and walk the back of the coach, where I can lean into her hair and snuggle. It’s my way of telling her that she is special to me. She always tilts her head just enough to tell me thank you and that she loves me too. She gets me.
I want my new owner to know… is that I have a mature cat growing up inside me and I learn important lessons of life and compassion by living with humans and other pets. I am a social and loving guy who needs a friend and to know that I won’t be forgotten when you get me home. I committed to being your family and you committ the same. Plese do not leave me alone day after day. I need you to show me kindness so I can be my best self.
What makes me special is… I have several facets to my personality that come out depending on my energy. I am a loyal and caring brother to my siblings and when they need me, they know I will be there for them. We play and fight but all that is to to get ready for adulthood. We are a tribe of boys.
I am also an observant empath. When my foster mom is having a hard day with her human boys, I feel that and follow her around the house to comfort her and let her know she is doing a hard job and someday it will be worth it.
There are times of the day that my foster mom calls, “Zoomies” and when I get those it’s hard to tell which way is up. I just want to run and jump and tumble and chase my tail. I love chasing my tail!! I catch it sometimes too!
Tips From the Foster
When I am feeling playful I like to…
I am not shy at all nor am I loud. I am happy and excited to be close to kind people. I am VERY CLEAN! I have the whitest fur! I am learning not to eat plants and my foster mom has to put river rocks in her pots to remind me not to eat that delicious soil. I am getting better and with time, won’t bother any plants. I LOVE MY BROTHERS!!! We are so much a like and we have the same plsy style. I am the most active but they keep up.
**I sleep: ** anywhere except the human beds
I am good with
It is unknown if I am good with
Q: What is the criteria (typically) for kittens to be considered available for adoption?
A: Pre-avalible kittens will (typically) become available after they have been fixed and once they get their 2nd set of shots at 8 weeks. They are scheduled to be fixed after 8 weeks and have reached 2 lbs (please bear in mind that this timeline can vary from kitten to kitten since weight is a factor and scheduling with vet to get them fixed is a factor). They must then recover for a minimum of 3 days after being fixed before they are considered available. Once a kitten has met this criteria it her/she will be moved to the available pet section of the site. If you have specific questions about an animal comment on their pet profile.
Please note, all estimations on availability dates are subject to change based on the individual kitten and them meeting the above criteria (not everyone grows at the same speed).