Tony is an adorable 2 and a half month old male black with a tiny white mark on chest, Domestic Shorthair cat.
He is currently in foster care, will be available for adoption toward the end of July, and can be pre-adopted now!
Tony is kind of cuddly and sweet. He gets lonely if he can't find the other kittens, so he would do well in a house with other cats. He likes to play hide and seek! Tony tends to growl and hiss when a new person reaches for him, but if you ignore him and pick him up, he will immediately start purring. Don't be turned off by his initial response! His hobbies include yoga, playing, purring, kneading the dough and making the biscuits, and cuddling. He gets along with small children too! He is also micro-chipped, current on all vaccinations, and will be neutered before he finds his forever home!
If you would like to fill out an application please do so at http://catscradleva.org/adopt-today-2/
Updated July, 2017
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