Kaner LOVES to explore and play with his sibling! One of his favorite things to do is to chase a laser mouse! He also seems to have an attraction to golf balls (I guess hockey pucks aren’t so easy to push around for a cat). Kaner also comes when called, and if he is sleeping somewhere, a rattle of the food bag will bring him right to you!
Kaner is shy with new people, but once he gets to know you, he will seek attention. He has cuddled on his foster mom’s lap, and slept next to her on the bed. Kaner prefers to not be picked up by anyone, but will roll over for a gentle belly rub. He is also very gentle with taking treats from your fingers.
Check out his YouTube video to see how sweet Kaner is once he gains your trust.
Kaner has been in a foster home with children, other cats and respectful dogs. Even with the children being respectful, he is definitely more trusting of adults. He enjoys interacting with the resident cats, and peacefully co-exists with the dogs.
If you have patience to warm his heart, and gain his trust, he will fill your home with gratitude and warm your heart.
Kaner has always been around other cats, ever since he was a kitten. He truly loves to play with his brother, but his foster homes believes that he would be totally fine solo - he can amuse himself with toys. If you are interested in a pair, please check out our Pick A Pair page to see if his sibling is still available! If there is already another playful cat or kitten in your house, that would work out too…he already proved he is great at making friends!
Kaner’s estimated date of birth is 9/8/14. His adoption fee of $50 includes: his exam, FVRCP vaccinations, FIV & Feline Leukemia testing (neg), routine deworming, flea control, microchip and neuter.
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