Date of Birth: 5/27/16
Hi, my name is Rax. I was rescued from Cobb County Animal Control with my sister, Remstar. I love to run around all over the house, like a rocket launching to outer space! And I am sure that was the reason why my foster parents call me Rocket, instead of Rax. I have a great personality. I like to be aware of what is happening around me. I enjoy participating in activities with my foster parents, like when they clean our litter boxes, I would want to be there, watching and supervising them. I enjoy being on the bathroom counter when my foster Mom brushes her teeth. I would just sit on the counter watching her until she finishes. I enjoy watching the faucet drip, and I could stare at it forever! Whenever my foster Mom watches TV, I always want to jump on the sofa and join her. I actually enjoy sitting on her lap, and most of the time, I would end up napping there. I am very friendly, and I do not have any problems with the other bigger and older kitties in the house. I actually enjoyed being around them, and playing with them. I am a very sweet boy, and I love being held and kissed. My foster Mom was crying the day my sister Lyric and I left them. But she told us to look at the brighter side of things, and that if they let us go, my sister and I would get a great chance of finding a loving forever home for us. My foster parents told us our future family would be very lucky to have us.
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My spay/neuter may not be complete yet, but it is included in my adoption fee and will be done around 3 months of age.
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