I’ve been waiting for my forever home since June 2016.
Foster mom says I need to do an updated bio just cause I'm not a little kid anymore and folks might want to know more about the grown up I am becoming. I used to room with my foster sister Rainbow and when she got adopted I started to make a funny noise when I breathe. It is kind of like a "snerk" so foster ma calls me her little "Snerkle". Isn't that just plain silly ! But she named me Willa too when obviously I am a Will. And you should know I also snore just in case you are a light sleeper...
All of this doesn't mean I am not a healthy, super playful and fun guy. The nice lady vet at Armistead said I was !! and they said I am super sweet too. I love laser light and anything I can swat around and chase..but not the funny tube things...they are just a little too weird for me right now.
I have still not been around dogs, I hear them in the neighborhood but I have not met one. I usually run right up to a new animal but strangers are a little strange :) I have to watch those until I am more comfy around them but I love other kitties....
I really do love to run and play so I would probably do better with somebody around my age who was super playful. Not saying I don't like older brothers or sisters and snuggling with my peeps, but my foster kitty family sometimes pretends that I am irritating when I am pretending to be the energizer bunny !
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