I’m Whitey. OK, the name isn’t imaginative but I am. I’m active, curious, friendly and affectionate. I love to play – with you or by myself.
My family moved and somehow my housemate, Woofo, and I ended up in the shelter. We are so ready to start our new lives somewhere else, together or apart.
The foster home where we are staying has 5 other cats and we all get along pretty well except for one cranky cat. I’m just getting some freedom to explore and there is a lot to check out. I’m pretty good at using the scratch pad and litter box. When my foster mom is away, she turns on the radio and we wait quietly for her return.
I can’t get enough of wet cat food – a tablespoon now and again – and being brushed is a whole new experience for me. My foster mom thinks I will be beautiful with the improved diet. Everything is interesting to me.
I haven’t been around dogs yet in foster, but that will be changing soon. Foster mom doesn’t expect any problem with me adapting. She says I am very good at it.
I am six years old and looking for the purrfect family to love me!
Interested in adopting this lovable animal? Please go to our website www.wagsmn.org and fill out an Adoption Application. Once the application is processed, a Wags representative will contact you, answer any questions you may have, and set up a time/location for a meet and greet! A home visit is required prior to adoption. Wags & Whiskers adopts animals within a 60 mile radius of the Twin Cities or a 30 minute radius of Duluth, Rochester, and Mankato.
Thank you for choosing to adopt!
Breed and temperament determination: Wags & Whiskers Animal Rescue attempts to determine breed and temperament using a combination of looks, information provided to us at intake, and our experience with the animal while in our Rescue. We do not guarantee this determination.
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