Moonjava is one special litle DSH brown tabby boy...personality plus is not an exaggeration! He is a purr machine to the max, head butter, snuggle bed buddy, inquisitive, energetic and playful. Are you lonely and want someone to talk to ? Well, he will definitely oblige you with a conversation! He walks through the house crying when he wants you to pick him up and love on him. This boy is absolutely obsessed with water! He is a computer geek...wanting to be on your lap when you are trying to compose and send e-mails. This wonderful baby loves any type of attention you will give him...from curling up on your lap, being held, getting kisses, belly rubs and good pets.
The 26-lb. doggie and all the other kitties in the household are absolutely no problem for him...the more the merrier! Play, play, play is his middle name...then, typical of kittens, he collapses in a kitty pile with his siblings. He makes friends with everyone. And did I tell you he absolutely adores his people?
Foster mom was trapping feral kitties and found him with his three siblings when they were only six weeks old. They had never been touched by humans, but look at them now! You would never believe they were wild little kitties living outside under a house in all types of elements with never enough to eat. Moonjava has not looked back on those sad days and is so thankful to be living inside with all the love, food and attention he can get. And he tells you every day how happy he is. He would love to be adopted with one of his brothers...T.K., Little Feats or Mighty Max or have a play buddy in his new home.
His estimated date of birth is May 18, 2010. He is neutered, vacs up to date, tested negative for feline leukemia, dewormed and microchipped. He is ready to go to his 'furrever' home! Foster mom absolutely adores this lovely boy. You will too!
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