Will is one happy and fun-loving kitty! He is part of the Royal Family litter... he and his mom, Diana, along with his brothers (Charlie & Harry) and sister (Kate) were rescued from a local animal control shelter when their time was up. The kittens were just a couple of weeks old but sadly, animal control shelters fill up fast and have limited space, especially in more rural areas as most do not do many adoptions. Will is a total hoot and is the most outgoing and affectionate one of the group. He absolutely loves people and doesn't know a stranger. If you have hands for petting and a shoulder for perching on, he will be your best bud! He really enjoys play time, especially when it involves his favorite feather toy or wrestling with his siblings, but he's also at the age where he's content to just lay on your lap and snuggle. He has a habit of jumping on my back or climbing on my shoulder when he wants attention and I honestly love it; it's just one of his many funny and cute little quirks that makes him such a lovable character. Will enjoys canned food, treats and hanging out on his cat tree and watching the birds outside. There isn't much that he doesn't like except for getting his nails trimmed - it's a 2 person job but he's not aggressive about it, just very wiggly. Will adores other cats and must not be an only kitty; he needs a feline friend or two to play and snuggle with. He would also do fine with a cat-friendly dog once properly introduced, and kids are no problem at all for this friendly boy. Will is neutered, current on shots, negative for FeLV/FIV and microchipped - DOB 6/10/16 (tag # 10307).
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