Rocki is a playful and curious kitten who just turned 4 months old around December. He has the biggest, most beautiful eyes, super sweet, curious about everything, loves butt rubs, and is completely litter box trained. He will be very shy the first week in a new home, but once he gets settled he is good with kids. He's a very sound sleeper, hence the name Rocki. He loves chicken & scrambled eggs. He is available for adoption alone, but if you're looking for a pair he would love to be adopted with his sister - Olive.
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Rocki is being fostered in Milpitas. His adoption fee of $100 covers his neuter surgery and first vaccination.
If you would like to meet this kitten, please start by downloading our adoption application: tcrescue.com/adopt
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Rocki, Tabby & Domestic Short Hair Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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