Amazingly handsome Siamese boy looking for love wherever he can find it. This sweet, blue-eyed boy will cuddle with you, hop on the bed and snooze, or play, play, play. He's got the cutest expressions and he loves to look at you and listen to you and talk to you when you talk to him.
He and his two sisters are lucky, lucky babies. A dear friend in rescue was in hospice care at her home while friends and family cared for her. On the day she passed, out of nowhere came a feral mom and her three kittens, at that time, about 2 months old. One of the friends trapped them, got them their medical work, and Happy Cat Adoptions found a foster home for them.
He loves to come sit in his foster mom's lap to watch TV. He loves to be petted, but not so much to be picked up and carried. He is very playful and plays very well with other cats. He loves to wrestle run up and down the cat tree. He knows the sound of the treat bags and will come running when he hears it. He likes to play with furry mice, rip up paper and find the smallest place to hide and pounce. His foster family call him,'KK,' short for Koala Kitty cause he looks like a koala bear. What he needs now is a loving home of his own, where he can be the center of attention, as he deserves.
If you'd like to meet this tiny charmer, go to his webpage at www.HappyCatAdoptions.org and from under his photo, click the adoption link to fill out an application online. Once we've processed the application, we will schedule a time for you to meet him.
We ask for a minimum adoption donation so that we can rescue more homeless, needy kitties. Please pass on our website to others who may be looking for a loving companion.
To find out more about our sweety, contact his foster directly.
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