Nitro appeared in the neighbor's work shop one day and was behind some tables just crying out. I was called to help and after cooing at the little fella, he came right out and allowed me to pick him up. Turns out he is super friendly and loves attention. I can hold him in my arm like a baby, scratch his tummy, give him kisses and he just purrs and purrs.
Having Nitro in the sanctuary has added a bit of life in the older cats' lives. Nitro plays with the toys and runs about entertaining himself. He is always in motion—thus, his name! Always active.
He learned very quickly not to try to go into the other cat rooms and sits and waits for me.
Nitro is growing fast and the veterinarians think he will be a medium to large cat. He is already the size of a teenage kitty!
He is current on vaccines, is neutered and uses his litterbox like a champ.
This kitten will make someone the best companion! He can be an only cat or he loves all the other cats here and acclimated himself immediately.
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