For the first two days, Clark preferred to hide and make himself very still and quiet, hoping that nothing else scary would happen to him. Behold the miracle of a kind, gentle human hand and voice--within 48 hours he was purring his little heart out while his foster mom petted and cuddled him! He now loves nothing more than purring and kneading his paws on her lap or shoulder. He will likely need some time to adjust to his new home, just to make sure it is safe and that his family will never abandon him again. If you are willing to give him patience, love, and a gentle touch, you will be rewarded a million times over! Once he feels safe he loves to be petted, picked up, and held, and he even learned how to play with toys. His favorite are small bouncy balls and soft furry mice.
Clark LOVES other cats and really needs at least one other friendly cat in his forever home. (He would love to stay with his brother Charlie, though he doesn't have to.) He looks to other kitties for cues, and he absolutely adores snuggling and playing with them. He hasn't met any dogs but would probably be fine with them too with slow, appropriate introductions. Older kids and adults only, please, unless your younger kids are super cat savvy.
Won't you please give him the wonderful home that such an amazing kitten deserves? Apply here: http://www.straycatblues.org/how-to-adopt/house-cat-adoption-application/.
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