Chicken and his siblings Little Foot and Bootsie were born to a wonderful mother Mookie (also available for adoption) They found themselves abandoned when their previous owner moved and left Mookie and her kittens behind. A concerned animal lover has been caring for them since and brought them all into her home where they are safe and loved.
This is what she has to say about Chicken "his fur is so thick and soft and he has a thick beautiful tail, the thickest of them all. Like his name says, he is the timid one, but in a cute way. If he doesn't know you, he will at first hide, peeking at you from behind a box or corner just waiting for you to let him know you want to give him love. All it takes is a few soft words or to sing a little song & he will then slowly come to you but once he does and you start petting him, the chirps and purrs are super loud and never ending. Chicken is not so good with being picked up for long periods but will nuzzle up to you purring and chirping getting closer and closer until he is right on top of you. He gets along amazingly with all my cats. He would do best in a home with other cats and with someone who loves to cuddle plus talk and sing to him. Chicken loves to run down the halls tumbling and playing."
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