While his Momma is special needs, Hastings is a completely normal and healthy little kitten. His foster Momma calls him her little lion due to the unique structure of his face. While ginger cats are often male, Hastings is the only male member of his little family, believe it or not! Hastings loves to play and explore like a normal kitten. Out of his siblings, he tends to be the most adventurous and outgoing to new explorations and people. He loves to play with his sisters, so he would love to go to a home where he can have a buddy (or with his siblings if you can’t resist a trio of gingers). Hastings loves to show off his long tail by swishing it around as he walks and will also chat with you in cute lil purr trills.
Hasting’s vetting has been completed so he is officially ready to find his furever family where he would be a perfect playmate for children or would be perfectly content to entertain new parents and a kitty friend. Won’t you consider adding this handsome little lion to your home today?
DOB: June 2016
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