Rocky was one of the first kitties to try new things. He climbed out of the nesting box first and he used the litter box first. He’s a very adventuresome little fellow. He’s curious about everything. Like his siblings, he loves to chase a broom when it’s trying to sweep the floor around their litter boxes. He loves playing with the other kitties. Rocky is a sweetheart who enjoys attention and has a deep appreciation for listening to Eye of the Tiger. He has his first shots, is negative for FIV and feleuk. Will need his second shots and his rabies shot when he’s old enough.
His little family was living alone in an apt parking lot. That was Aug. 9 and the babies were about 2 wks old. They all will be fixed on Sept. 26 and the babies will be about 9 wks old then. Their birthdate as July 26. They’ll be available for adoption after their surgery.
Rocky, nor his siblings have been around other cats except each other, but play under the door with their foster's other cats and her 55 lb dog sits at the door and they also put their little paws under the door when she’s there. They’ve seen the other cats and the dog when their foster open the door to go in to feed and take care of them but just haven’t interacted with them in person. But being so young, they’d adjust fine to other pets! We suggest having other cats with so he’s not lonely. Litter mates make the best pairs and friends, so his siblings: Molly, Jordy, and Nicky would be a great match!
Rocky through with his hard knock life, and he's looking forward to living the good life with you. Call us at A Welcome Home Animal Rescue!
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