Hi there! I'm Mo, foster mom calls me Big Mo cuz I was the biggest in my litter. I'm super excited to find my forever family. I'm fully vetted, neutered, and microchipped. You see I was pulled from a southern Indiana shelter by the nice people with Ruts Rescue along with 5 other kittens. We were covered in fleas and so sick at just 8 weeks old. Our foster mom bathed us, gave us yummy food, warm blankets, love, and medicine to make us better. I love other cats so it would be wonderful to find a home that has a friendly cat or two that I could hang out with. I came from a sad situation so I am a bit shy. Foster Mom has worked hard to try to show me that the world isn't so scary. I will require a family who is willing to give me time to acclimate to my new home and who will be patient with me if I'm scared. Once I know that you won't hurt me, I do love butt scratches and soft petting. I wouldn't do well in a busy home with children or noisy dogs, it would be to scary for me. If you give me
a chance I will show you that I can be brave and make a wonderful companion. If you think maybe you'd like to adopt me please contact my people at Ruts Rescue!
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