Button and his siblings (Buster, Tiger and Lily) were born on April 6, 2017. He will be ready to be adopted soon, but we are accepting applications now.
Button was the third kitten born at the foster home. He is a cream tabby with swirled markings. His face and ears are pointy – he can look like a fox and he has a long tail. Button is shy at first, but once he gets going, he loves to play. He loves toys (his favorite is a spring cat toy), climbing on things, or exploring. He is good with kids once he gets to know them. When Button has met a dog, he hid at first, but then sniffed him. Button is a muscular kitten. He runs fast, he jumps high and he loves to climb.
Button has a sweet disposition – he has never hissed, spit or clawed anyone. He will fall asleep right next to you. He likes chasing toy mice, climbing on things, and laying on a sisal mat. He loves the sunshine and snuggling with his sister, especially. He peeks around corners to observe a little bit before joining you. A potential adopter would know Button to be a cautious kitten at first, but once he feels comfortable, he gives love to his human.
Please note that it is Fancy Cats policy that kittens be adopted in pairs or have an age-appropriate playmate in the home already. We also do not adopt kittens to families with children under six years old without seeing appropriate history/experience with cats.
If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application and a representative will get back to you shortly to answer any questions you may have. The application can be found at this link (copy-paste into a new window): http://tinyurl.com/fcrtadopt.
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