I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
We took Kraken home to foster for a little under three weeks until he was ready for his neuter and to be placed up for adoption. (His name was Jackson, but Kraken seemed for fitting) In the time that we had Kraken he was a constant joy! It took him about three days to adjust and another couple days to figure out what our dog was all about. The first few days he was very jumpy, shy and hissed at anything that was spontaneous. He still sometimes hisses when our dog surprises him but in general he is much braver than he used to be. He loves to play, especially with toys, he will even play a few games of “fetch” sometimes. He will play with wires sometimes but is easily corrected and he doesn’t seem to shew on them. He likes to sneak attack us and the dog when we aren’t expecting it. He makes a lot of chirping noises, when he runs, or jumps, or is interested in something, he will let out the cutest chirp noises.
He sleeps in the bathroom with a bed as well as stays in there when we are not home. He has been litter box trained since the day we brought him home and he has been using pellets for litter. He has been eating the Purina One Smartblend Healthy Kitten Formula. Sometimes he sucks on the food, which is an interesting habit he has. I would recommend keeping him on this food or higher quality until he can go to adult food as he did have diarrhea when we first had him, and that seems to have mellowed out on a consistent diet. He does like to cuddle sometimes but mostly likes to play all the time.
He is a curious little one, he climbed out vacuum up onto a counter, and is the type of cat that enjoys to be higher than lower. He also loves to be in a screened in window listening to all the outside noises and seeing all the sights. He loves playing with your feet when they are under a blanket. He likes to have a place to hide when he sleeps: He has a smallish box on its side with a fuzzy blanket in it and a cat carrier with a fuzzy blanket, he likes both equally.
Lastly, if you are reading this, thank you for considering our foster baby for a companion animal. He is a very special kitten, and will make a great indoor cat! Also thank you for considering adopting a cat in general, it is a commitment for the lifetime of the cat, you are giving them the most generous gift of all: A Forever home.