This kitty has been in foster care since he was about two months old. He came in with an awful cold in April of 2013 and sometimes his eye still gets a bit red, but that is all. No health issues need to be addressed, just keep some baby wipes around that are alcohol free and you are set. McCrae is an active and nosy boy, there is no possibility of going anywhere in the house that he will not want to be. He gets along with other kitties just fine but does like to play a bit rough, typical for a teenage kitty, he responds to correction very well as he does not want the attention to stop. He loves brushing, canned food, sitting in laps, petting, cuddling, and chasing and wrestling with the other fosters. A more active household would be just fine, but be patient during any transition period. Changing homes can be a bit scary at first and most kitties take a week or so to adjust. McCrae is neutered, up to date on all shots, negative for FIV and FeLV, treated for parasites, micro chipped, and ready for adoption. McCrae is Heartland 8656CL
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