This wonderful and graceful 2 year young teenager was rescued out of a stray colony in East Harlem and is nothing than a pure joy in feline affection and tender beauty.
It's barely to believe that this beautiful and sensitive kitty survived the harsh environment and maintained their calm and gentle features.
STONE is a big and warm-hearted fellow with a magnificent royal feature in his coat, stunningly green eyes and the longest whiskers ever seen. He likes to be in charge always watching over "his foster empire" and particular his foster sister Louise that all are ok and content. But unlike his name, Stone is a real feline soft ball that will melt your heart the first minute you meet him. When the time is right, he let you know with head butts and deep purring sounds that he is ready for love and affection ,sitting next to you demanding being petted or even flipping over and showing his belly to emphasize his gratitude to be safe and inside!
Otherwise he can be also such a goofball as well, chasing toys, rolling around and playing with his sisters Shelby or Louise, enjoying life in the fullest.
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As Stone is enjoying very much furry companionship and LOVES his sister LOUISE thus we would like to find them a furever home TOGETHER!
Stone is fully vetted with all shots, neutered/spayed, tested negative for FIV/FELV and are ready for their forever home - may be yours?
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