Marty is one good looking gentleman. He is proud and independent with a very soft coat, a hilariously long tongue, and a tail that goes on for miles. He has an entertaining old-man-snort kind of thing when he purrs. He is truly a unique cat with tons of personality. He is still a little shy when he first meets you, but he will be fine when he has time to adjust and has learned to trust your love.
Marty was one of the 100 cats we rescued from Kern County when they were seized from a severe hoarding situation in February 2016. Marty was very scared and shy when we rescued him, but thanks to his PAWsome foster dad, Marty is now so relaxed and enjoys the company of his foster dad. He can be found perching nearby on a chair, or at the head of the bed next to his foster dad whenever he sees the opportunity.
Marty is about 3-4 yrs old. Like all Stray Cat Alliance cats available for adoption, he is current on vaccinations, has been neutered, micro-chipped, and tested negative for FIV/FeLV.
Marty is ready to adopt his FURever people. He will repay you a thousand fold with love, and is ready to be your best buddy FURever. He is fine with other cats, but he would be happy as the only cat or would enjoy companionship with another relaxed cat. He is looking for a FURever home and is ready to adopt you.
Marty is currently in a foster home in Los Angeles. You can meet him by appointment by emailing us at Adoptions@StrayCatAlliance.org
To meet other Stray Cat Alliance cats and kittens available for adoption, please visit one of our adoption centers, or email us at Adoptions@StrayCatAlliance.org to find out about meeting cats and kittens who are in foster care.
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