Zakary (FCID# 05/11/2017-6) is ~18 weeks old and weighs 5 lb.
Zakary and his brothers Zeus & Zorn (please check out their stories & pictures too) came to Forgotten Cats hungry and scared and needing TLC. The kittens were so darn cute with beautiful eyes just begging for someone to help them.
They joined a foster family where a second litter of Mom + Babies was being cared for. Watching the bonds grow between the blended feline family was amazing. Being there to help Zak, Zeus and Zorn blossom into playful kittens and learn to truly love and trust people has been a rewarding privilege.
Zakary is ready to be adopted and looking for someone special to love and care for him forever.
When you look at the kittens in their pictures you are going to smile. When you meet one, two or all three you will fall in love. They go bonkers at play time (endless), are purr machines, in good health, and meowing to be adopted.
All three are truly are precious loving kittens who have been a joy to foster. They have sweet dispositions, really, really love to play, are little rascals and are so wanting to find their forever family and home. The little ones have loud purrs and soft hearts. They like affection and attention. Lots of it.
The brothers are wonderful together if you are looking to adopt more than one kitten. They get along fantastic with other cats, kids, people. They have interacted fine when around dogs although have not lived with one.
Kindly submit a no-obligation adoption application @ http://www.forgottencats.org/application.php
Zak is eager to visit with you at a Meet 'n Greet at Brandywine PetSmart which can be set up as soon as your application is approved. He is hoping you will want to adopt and love him forever after spending time together.
Please check out Zeus & Zorn and consider adopting 1,2, 3 kittens!!! Imagine the lifetime of love and wonderful memories you will be able to share with any and/or all these special little guys.
Thank you very much for your interest in Zakary.
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