Breeds:
Domestic Medium Hair
Colors:
Lost or found date:
07/15/2021
Pet name:
Zuki
Gender:
Male
Size:
Small
Age:
Baby
Description:
Here comes Zuki whose wonderful foster mom can tell it best: “He is simply the sweetest boy ever! He was rescued from under the hood of a Suzuki, so Zuki he became! He is a joy of a boy who has been a great addition in a foster group of lots of guys his age. He loves to play, wrestle, and chase toys and is one of those kittens who can fall asleep anywhere and everywhere and in any position! He is a real sweetheart”. She also adds that he has been good with bigger cats and with kids but hasn’t met any dogs. His handsome coat is extra soft and huggable because it has some extra silky length, and his great face is highlighted with a milky white smile, a glistening set of awesome whiskers, and beautiful, luminous eyes! With his laidback personality, playful nature, and affectionate sweetness, he is sure to be a gem of an addition in a forever home that loves him. Could happy, snuggly Zuki bring his exhilaration for life to your loving circle? Please note:Zuki is ok with small children For more information & an online application go to https://www.cathouseonthekings.com/adoption/cat.php?id=21872&ts=1626332543&src=rg

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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