Hi, my name is Harrison and I am luckiest black cat, this is because in my first 10 weeks of my life my foster mummy was not sure if I was going to make it. I gave her quite a scare. Luckily for her I made it through with flying colours and now I am ready to find my forever home. Because of this I feel a bit bony, I prefer to call it, that I was made to be streamlined so that I can sit on the bed and you won’t even know that I am there. I am not sure if I will fatten up when I get to my new home, I think I will decide that at the time. My foster mum is delighted that I am jumping up to sleep on the bed and generally becoming more relaxed than I was. I would love a home where there was another cat who would be my friend.
I have the best ear tufts that you will ever see, they are white and stand out against my black fur and I believe that they make me look very distinguished. My most unique feature is the smoke tuft of fur that I have on my back, it is about the size of a ten-cent coin. It stands straight up; my foster mummy tries to get it to lay flat but it won’t no matter what she does. It is amazing – like me. I am a bit of a smaller kitten than the other kittens my age, so I definitely need the ear tufts to make me look older.
I have the softest coat of fur that you will ever touch, and you will love patting me as I feel so smooth and silky. I also have the biggest eyes. My foster carer thinks that they are the biggest that she has ever seen, and it makes me look like a little wise owl. I use these to make sure I know exactly what is going on everywhere in the room from afar. If you think that I will fit in with your family let my foster carer know.
All Little Paws Kitten Rescue cats and kittens come to you vet checked, desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed, flea treated, and litter trained. As we are a rescue group, the adoption fee is not negotiable. Little Paws Kitten Rescue cats and kittens are indoor or cat enclosure only and must go to homes that intend them to stay that way. This is for their safety, the health of the cat or kitten and for the environment. It is our foster carer’s choice as to which home a cat or kitten goes to. We match the cats and kittens to the adoptee; we do not necessarily “sell” to the first caller. As our foster carers are all volunteers raising the cats and kittens in their own home, we would appreciate you letting them know if you cannot make an appointment.