Wesley is a gentle, sweet kitten that purrs when petted and becomes quite animated when he chases and pounces on a wand toy. This little fellow is the only one in his litter whose coat is slightly longer. His mother was a medium hair black kitty and Wesley looks a lot like her.
Wesley is a bit on the shy side when you first meet him. If approached slowly and handled gently, however, he comes around quickly. He and his littermates were left alone in a home to fend for themselves when they were wee babies. Their person was taken to jail. Luckily, a kind neighbor stepped in to help. She went to the house every day to feed the nine kitties left in the home, then she called Stray Cat Blues for help.
Wesley would be a good kitten for older children. He loves to play and be petted but loud noises will scare him. It would be wonderful if he could be adopted into a home with one of his siblings or another kitty or two to show him the ropes.
Wesley has been tested, neutered, microchipped, and received his first round of kitten vaccinations. Hopefully his forever family will come see him and his siblings at Petsmart Collegeville.
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