He is a sweet sweet boy who adores attention after he warms up to you. He loves fiercely head butting you and getting his back rubbed.
Seeing Smokey react to a new kitten has made his foster mom realize that he needs a home with another cat to bring him out of his shell. He is so curious but cautious with the little one and he will make a really good big brother to someone.
He needs a patient owner who can wait for the reward of Smokey warming up to them. If it weren't for his timidness, he would already be a prize winning companion. He is gorgeous! This green eyed beauty is the most fastidious when it comes to grooming and he never misses the box.
Given a quiet atmosphere he enjoys purring while getting head rubs on the couch. Playful and happy, bird watching is a favorite pastime of his. He does not show well in a cage at Petco so other arrangements for a viewing would be preferred.
Smokey will need a quiet place to himself occasionally to get away from it all but will not mind if you check in on him with head rubs. We know given a chance he will continue to grow into a fine addition to any home.
Currently in a foster home, you can set up a day to come meet this kitty (on Saturdays and Sundays during adoption event hours -- see our website for hours), but YOU MUST email or call first so we can make sure kitty will be there so you won't be disappointed: firstname.lastname@example.org, (707) 258-2287.
Cats/kittens come spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and more with an adoption fee/donation to Whiskers, Tails and Ferals in Napa, CA. See more information at http://whiskerstailsandferals.org/. Adoption fees may vary depending on 'specials', age, etc.
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