Mac was rescued by a caring couple who found his feral mother in a parking lot. They got her a can of food. She immediately grabbed the whole thing in her mouth and carried it to the bushes where 3 little kittens jumped out and started eating. The couple was able to catch all of them & took them to their vet. They were given medical care and then housed there for 2 months, being given lots of love and attention by the staff and others in order to get them used to people and ready for their own homes.
Just as when he was transferred to his foster home, Mac will probably be timid & scared when first moved to a new environment. In the beginning he will probably run when scared and might hiss. However, even the first day with his foster mom, he let her put him in her lap and then turned on his purring motor when she started to pet him. He is actually a very gentle non-aggressive little guy, never bites or scratches.
He has made good progress & within a few days got used to the different sights and sounds of being in a house. He also figured out how comfortable his foster mom's bed is.
Mac will need a little time & patience, but with some TLC he could become your new buddy and keep your feet warm during the cold winter nights ahead.
All HART kittens and cats are vet checked, combo tested, spayed or neutered, up to date on all vaccines, microchipped, and on flea and tick preventative.
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