Riley still needs a little bonding work and patience to develop his full potential, however, toys will get you everywhere with him! And cookies!! He is a very sweet, quiet cat who is great with new foster kittens and his sister, Caramella.
Riley loves to sleep in his hammock, play with his toys, run after the laserpointer and is learning how to snuggle. Riley loves to "chatter" when you play with a reflection on the wall or ceiling.
Orange /White Tabby with Gold Eyes
Born August 2015
FELV/FIV tested: Negative
Found Animals Microchip
Shots Up To Date
Good with Cats.
Riley has never been around dogs or kids...we think it would be too chaotic for him until he has bonded with you. He will then trust anyone or anything you introduce to him as long as you're ok with it and assure him he won't be eaten.
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