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My name is Bug!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in New York, New York - Bug
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in New York, New York - Bug
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I'm being cared for by:
All Sentient Beings, Inc.

Facts about Bug

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray Or Blue
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Medium
From his Foster Mom: Bug was a rescue kitten. Bottle fed from day 2. Born May 15, 2015. I got him direct from his original foster mom at 10 weeks old so he never saw the inside of a shelter.

He is neutered, tested, healthy and is going for his 1st year wellness check and shots this Friday. All papers available. He has not been declawed. I trim his nails weekly and have no problem and no need to wrap or restrain other than holding him in my arms.

Bug is playful, rambunctious and totally self confident in his curiosity. Follows you around and Helps with the laundry and drawers are considered his toy box. He wants to know what is going on everywhere but on his terms. He comes right up to people but does not want to be touched. He loves to play fetch .....favorite toy is a balled up paper receipts. At times he is part racehorse and the track runs from the dining room through the bedroom and back via the living room. He sleeps on the bed with us and will let us know it is time to love him when the purring head butt kisses begin about 5am.

Bug is an only cat but has been with two other cats with no problems for a couple of weeks at a time. He appeared to fully enjoy having playmates.

About All Sentient Beings, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit no-kill animal rescue/adoption organization & information clearinghouse in NYC dedicated to decreasing the number of homeless cats & kittens by rescuing those abandoned or in city "kill" shelters.

We have no formal shelter, instead, our cats reside in our homes until we can find a suitable home for them. We spend a lot of time interacting with our rescues to give them a lot of personalized attention, establish their personality traits, and tend to their health, and physical and emotional well being.

We have a holistic philosophy with a two-pronged mission: a) continuing to participate in the myriad, ongoing rescue and adoption work of all of the similarly involved local groups; and b) raising awareness for humans to be better, more responsible, committed and informed animal care-givers. This includes information on holistic vet care, quality food and inclusion of pet trusts in people's advance directives.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

We circulate information about adoptions through word of mouth, social media and through our internet sites. When you contact us, we will arrange for you to meet our adoptable animals.

Our Adoption Process...

We will work with you to ensure that our rescues are going to a good home where everyone will be happy. Cats, just like their humans are unique. We want you to have the right cat in a safe environment. If you would like to adopt from us, please go to our website, www.animalloversnetwork.org, where you’ll find our adoption application. Please send in the completed application along with veterinary references – and please check with landlords and roommates first before applying. As with all adoptions, a contribution is required to help with rescue costs incurred and to enable us to keep helping animals like these in need.