Atticus is a 9 month old (born approx August 2016) Male Black kitten. He is house trained, up to date on vaccinations and neutered.
Here's an update on his personality:
If you want a cat with plenty of personality, this is your man. He's not shy, not with humans or other cats. He's exceptionally playful, with anything, laces, moths, bathtubs, anything. He seems to need minimal sleep, for a cat. When he's in the mood for cuddles, usually at least twice daily, he won't let you ignore him. He has a loud purr and a loud voice, I would say he yodels sometimes, rather than meows. He is a YouTube star in the making. Everyone who meets him, at least cat people anyway, loves him. He's funny, falls off things, knocks things over etc
Energetic is his catch word.
I suggest a young family with cat experience, who want a cat with personality. He is gentle with people, no scratches or bites. He still crawls under the covers at night, but doesn't stay long, doesn't stay long on laps either. Oh and when he plays with a toy, he gets very serious, he wants to kill it, jumps to ridiculous heights and if he catches it, getting it back is a challenge.
Let’s find this stunning boy a forever home where he can get all the lovin’ he deserves.
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