I am the romantic of my 3 siblings. As they are more prone to wanting to play, I would prefer to snuggle on your lap, or anywhere close, as long as we're touching. I do like to play, but would prefer it be with you and a toy of your choice. My motor starts to run loudly the minute you touch me or pick me up and my foster Mom says I am a bit chatty. If my foster Mom lays down, I immediately stop playing and run to her to touch noses and lay down in front of her to have a little one on one.
My siblings and I were saved by Kitten Rescue and had the honor of being some of the first babies to be bottle fed by the wonderful volunteers at their new nursery. That’s why we all love people so much. So, if you're looking for a super lovey boy, then you're looking in the right direction. I get along well with other kitties, and children, but I’m not sure about dogs yet!
Because I am so young and playful, I must be adopted with one of my bothers or into a home with another young cat to play with.
oundings. I love to run, and jump and play with string toys and feathers.
I am pretty active, so I should be adopted with one of my brothers or into a home with other cats to keep me busy. I get along with other kitties, and children, but don’t care for dogs.
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