Courtesy Post: Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue is helping facilitate the adoption of this cat. We take no responsibility for the health and medical records of this cat. It is the responsibility of the owner and adopter to discuss this. Sparky is not in a Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue foster home but residing with his caretaker in Chico, CA while being placed in his new home.
Sparky is a sweet and polite little guy with fur as soft as mink. His original female owner passed and since he didn’t do well in a shelter, his caretaker took him in until a forever home can be found for him. She asked our organization to help find this little fella a new, loving family.
Sparky is a little shy with new surroundings, which is not uncommon with cats. He is not really a play monster, but rather a quiet little cat that is sweet with his caretaker. He knows how to keep his own company. With time, patience, and in a loving environment, he will learn to trust. Since he is still such a young boy, he just needs to be given adequate time and a chance to unfold.
His caretaker refers to him as a sweet funny bunny with a penchant for head butting and a little happy drooling. So if that is something you treasure in your feline companion, Sparky should fit nicely into your home and heart.
His caretaker is not sure how Sparky will be around other cats. Sparky didn’t seem upset when he spotted some other cats in their yard. He might be fine with non-aggressive felines as long as there is enough space in the house where he can have his private area to retreat to if needed.
Sparky has had a vet exam, is declared healthy, and has perfect litterbox habits.
If you would like more information about Sparky, please contact Frauke at 925-784-8244 or email@example.com or send an Adoption Application.
Please note that Sparky is not in a Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue foster home but residing with his caretaker in Chico, CA while being placed in his new home.
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