My name is KINGSTON'!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in New York, New York - KINGSTON'
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East Harlem Kitty Rescue

Facts about KINGSTON'

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
PLEASE MEET our KINGSTON - a gorgeous boy that will warm your heart with his sweet and affectionate demeanor, determined to be YOURS forever and never let you go....

Kingston went through the worst in a kittys' life - he lost his soulmate and furever love Crissy after we took them both off the street. Crissy got sicker and sicker. Despite all our frantic efforts to save her she passed away - and Barclay went into deep mourning, starring against the wall and not accepting any furry friends and did not care about human love either....
As we knew him from outside where he ran towards us, enjoying all kinds of petting and was very outgoing and affectionate, we were getting desperate, but finally found a foster home where he started to accept some gentle playtime with his foster siblings. Now he enjoys sitting next to them and giving headbutts as he did with Crissy. He also opened his heart to humans again, following his foster mom around and letting her know how much he loves her and how much he wants to be loved as well. This is an AMAZING BOY with a very sweet personality!!! .He is SUPER AFFECTIONATE, and WILL COME TO YOU, ROLLING OVER, HEAD BUTTING and NOSE KISSING YOUR HAND and asking in the most gentle way and with soft purring sound for love, attention and petting sessions. He will look at you with his beautiful big green eyes and his cutest expression - almost asking: "I'm here - Do you have time for me now?".

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Barclay also has a playful side, chasing and pouncing balls and toy mice, or enjoying the cat tree with some strings attached.
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In the night he will sleep next to you watching you that you are safe and ready to love him the next morning.
Barclay is a very beautiful, affectionate about two years young guy, who will be a great loving companion and buddy. After everything he went through, he will be still a bit nervous to meet new people and will need his time to warm up in his new furever home.
He is good with other cats but would also be happy as the only feline in the house when you can give him lot's of love and attention.

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Barclay is neutered, fully vaccinated, tested negative for FIV/FELV, is cleaned off fleas and intestinal parasites and is absolutely healthy.

Please inquire how to meet this tender boy with his charming personality that will love you forever!!!!!
With his great athletic body and his shiny super soft coat, the camera can't truly do him justice - he is so much more beautiful in life than pictures can tell!

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About East Harlem Kitty Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a East-Harlem-based rescue group of volunteers committed beyond all odds to take stray cats and kittens off the street by Trap-Neuter-Release programs, to give them all veterinary care as needed, rehabilitate and foster them when needed, and get them ready to be adopted into forever homes. We try to improve the lives of animals that suffer or are homeless by engaging our communities. We focus particular on animals that are "unwanted" but beautiful inside out - Come and visit and you will see how precious they are!

Come Meet Our Pets...

All our rescues are in foster homes around Upper East Side and East Harlem and can be shown by appointment.

Our Adoption Process...

If you have fallen in love with one of our rescued animals, you fill out an application form. After approval, you can meet them in their foster homes. If you decide to give one (or) two of them a forever home and adopt, a basic contract will need to be reviewed and signed to adopt any of our cats.
We also ask for a donation to support our veterinarian expenses and to continue our rescue efforts.