2017, Adopted
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About This Cat

Adopted by Jim & Kim

Born ~Dec 2016, M, Brown/Tabby Abyssinian Mix

Special Fee for Rudy and Milo $300

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Mom was a petite blue Aby, only 5.5 pounds, cute as a button and a very sweet living disposition.  She managed to get out to meet her boyfriend from the wrong side of the tracks….twice.  This was the first result.  Of course true love knows no bounds…

Milo, and his brother Rudy, will also bring a lot of laughter and love into whatever family is lucky enough to adopt them. You will have hit the jackpot in terms of love, affection, and purrsonality. A family that is gone all the time won’t work for these two, especially Rudy, they need someone who works from home or at least someone home more then they’re gone. Milo would be okay with other cats or pets in the house but Rudy hasn’t done as well – so a family where these two could be the only stars is essential. And really you wouldn’t need more then these two to keep you busy.  The other day my friend came over with her three children and almost immediately Milo jumped up into the lap of her three old son while he was reading before going to greet her daughters. So I think their forever home could have a few older kids who have been around cats since Milo loved being around the kids. Gentle children with some cat experience would work for these two, as long as you give Rudy a little bit of extra time and patience to be comfortable.

If you’re looking for a forever friend that will be there for you though all of the highs and lows of life then look no further.  Milo is one of the sweetest cats that I have ever known who loves nothing more than to be with his family and his brother, Rudy. Whether cooking a meal in the kitchen or brushing your teeth in the bathroom Milo just wants to be in on the action and supervising.  Milo is a very handsome 9 month old Abyssinian boy who will draw you with his beautiful green eyes, stunning dark brown ticked coat and his adorable face which to me looks more like that of a Chausie.  Milo is bonded with his equally handsome brother, Rudy which means both boys have to be adopted together.

To me, Milo is the calmer, more confident one of the two brothers. He always coming strutting into a room with his tail held high and tends to be the leader in everything to do with his brother, teaching him how fun it is to play with toys and to trust in people. Though Milo might be the quieter of the two brothers, he wants loving just as much as his brother. I lovingly call the two of them my “Tazmanian Love Devils” because they’re so effusive in showing affection when they first greet you. In the morning when I let the boys out of their room they both run up to me on the couch and jump into my lap. Then they both start purring, nuzzling my face and hands, climbing all over me, and nibbling.

Milo also loves the times he gets you all to himself. He’ll just lay in your lap, purring and wanting to be petted or is content to just snuggle up next to you . If I’m watching a show on my phone or TV Milo lies on the back of the couch looking over my shoulder or next to me and looks like he’s also watching the show. The couple of times I slept in the room with the brothers, Milo always wanted to be in bed right next to me the whole night whereas Rudy would come and go. He’s a good brother in that when he hears his brother meow out in distress, he’ll go and find Rudy to bring him back to the family. Both want to be wherever their family is but Milo is more content to just lay down in the room you’re in or to follow you through the house.

Taking these two on will require an experienced cat owner, an owner used to the high energy of kittens, and two very attentive personal assitants! Milo and Rudy need a lot of stimulation and playtime otherwise they tend to begin getting into mischief and high jinks. They’re always into checking out drawers or cupboards, going into closets or up onto high shelves, into the bathtub or onto desks. Milo actually has loved playing the Frisky’s fish game on my phone and chasing after the bird on the string plus they could both spend hours chasing after the red dot. Both of them love climbing and looking out the window at the scenery or up into the condo to survey their family and rest so a window perch or a couple of tall cat towers would be great. They are young and tend to still chew on things so be careful what is left around the house.

Milo is a healthy 9 month old Abyssinian mix kitten. He comes neutered, fully vaccinated, and is microchipped. Milo eats both wet and dry food plus the occasional Temptation Treat. He has perfect litter box manners, uses scratching posts, and will let you trim his nails.

Milo is a healthy 9 month old Abyssinian mix kitten. He comes neutered, fully vaccinated, and is microchipped. Milo eats both wet and dry food plus the occasional Temptation Treat. He has perfect litter box manners, uses scratching posts, and will let you trim his nails.

Milo is fostered with his brother, Rudy, at Juliana’s  in Santa Rosa CA which is in Sonoma County.

Please contact Juliana via email at or call her cell (707)694-3733. You can also start the adoption process by filling out our adoption application.

About the Abyssinian Breed

Of all the cat breeds, the Abyssinian is perhaps the one who lives life to the fullest. He climbs higher, jumps farther, plays harder and loves stronger. Nothing escapes the notice of this highly intelligent and inquisitive cat, a quality that makes life with him endlessly entertaining. Staying a step ahead of an Aby, or even just keeping pace with him, sometimes requires the fancy footwork of a Fred Astaire, the brainpower of an Einstein and a healthy sense of humor!  You never know what he’ll get into next, although you can assume that if you have something or are doing something, your Aby will want to be right there with you helping every step of the way.

The Aby loves to play, so plan on making or purchasing a variety of toys to keep him occupied. Teach him to retrieve if you dare. Cause once you start, he will likely want to do it a lot!  He learns tricks quickly and many Abys enjoy running a feline agility course.  This is a playful, persistent, loving cat who adores being the center of attention.  Abys are typically adaptable throughout their lives and fit well into almost any home where they are truly loved and given plenty of attention.