My name is Mackerel!

Korat Cat for adoption in Savannah, Georgia - Mackerel
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Tabby Tales Rescue

Facts about Mackerel

  • Breed: Korat
  • Color: Gray Or Blue
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10838638
  • Hair: Short

Meet Mackerel the most outgoing, playful and curious kitten around. He will keep you amused for hours. He plays well with other cats and gets along fine with the resident dogs. Very loving as he will curl up beside you at night and sleep till morning.

Mackerel  has all the characteristics of the Korat, however we can only guess at best. 

The medium-size Korat is muscular but compact, weighing 6 to 10 pounds. The breed is slow to mature and may not reach his full physical and emotional development until he is 5 years old. For instance, the eyes do not achieve their luminous green color until the Korat is 2 to 4 years old.

The demanding and intelligent Korat rules his household with an iron paw sheathed in velvet. He loves attention and likes to think of himself as the one in charge, whether of other cats, dogs, or the people in his family. Expect him to be closely involved in everything you do, from reading the paper to preparing meals to paying bills. When you are home, he will always be near — if not on — you, and he won’t like being left alone for hours on end. The Korat is less talkative than his Siamese cousin, but he definitely knows how to express himself both verbally and with body language. You will know if he doesn’t approve of what you’re doing or how you’re feeding him.

The Korat is well suited to any home with people who will love him and give his gorgeous coat a weekly combing. Keep him indoors to protect him from cars, diseases spread by other cats, attacks from other animals, and simply to prevent his curiosity from leading to the end of his nine fortunate lives.

About Tabby Tales Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Our goal is to raise awareness in our community about responsible pet ownership. We strive to highlight the importance of spaying or neutering pets which will aid in the reduction of overpopulation. Our dream is that one day all the shelters will be empty because every pet will have a home.

Tabby Tales Rescue of Savannah, GA is a licensed non-profit 501(c)(3) rescue organization; all donations are tax deductible and directly benefit the animals entrusted in our care.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Most of our pets are in foster homes, some are temporarily housed at the PetSmart located at Victory Dr. Savannah Ga locations.

Our Adoption Process...

We require a completed application along a copy of your lease agreement stating that you can have pets as well as an agreement from your landlord and documentation confirming your pet deposit ( if required).
We would like to see vaccination records for resident pet.
Adult fully vaccinated altered cats are currently $55. kittens UTD on vaccines and altered are currently $85.