My favorite thing to do is… Is run around and play with everyone and everything! I love pretending that I’m a WWE wrestler and pouncing my foster brother. I’ll even take on the big kitties too! My foster parents say I know how to create endless entertainment at our house.
I want my new owner to know… That I will make you smile and make your heart feel all warm and fuzzy! Because I was really small when I was separated from my mom I still suckle to self comfort. I’ve actually adopted one of my foster parents big kitties and she will wrap her paws around me and hold me like a baby while I suckle her paw.
What makes me special is… I am as sweet as I am beautiful! Not only will I keep you entertained, but I’ll also show you what a love bug I am! I am very sweet with both my humans and the other kitties in the house.
Tips From the Foster
When I am feeling playful I like to…
Play with my stuffed avocado and most of all the other kitties! I also enjoyed playing with my foster parents fingers. Basically anything to show of my wrestling/pouncing skills.
I sleep in bed with my foster parents or cuddled up with one of my foster friend.
I am good with
[Cats, Dogs, Kids]
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).