Rudy is a sweet, affectionate and very playful kitty who was kicked out of his house by his 19 year old owner, because she thought he would be happier as 'wild animal.' Rudy wandered the streets for over a week without food or shelter, until a nice neighbor found him and called a Kitten Rescue volunteer, who took him in. Rudy is a total love bug. He is very social and loves people. He gets along with other cats and he tolerates dogs well. Sometimes Rudy can play a little rough, and so for this reason, he may not be the right fit for families with small children. Sometimes he bites hands lightly, when he's playing.
If you are interested in learning more about this kitty or in adopting him, please click here to email his foster parent.
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