Status / Details
Adopted by Kylie &Phil
Born ~July 2016, Female, Chocolate Ghost-Spotted Occicat
Our Occicat kittens in foster care now were taken into rescue from a breeder in Southern California who was in poor health. We agreed to take in these beautiful kittens and find them loving, inside homes. They came to us frightened, not people-oriented and very thin. But they LOVED the resident cats in their foster homes. They quickly bonded with the adults, who showed them the ropes and groomed and played with them. They snuggle together is a warm heap of faces and colors. We think adopting them as pairs or into a home with another young cat with mother instincts (either male or female) is the home we are seeking for them. We will not let them go as a single cat household. They need to go to experienced cat owners who will continue to work with them and give them a calm and secure environment.
Occicats are high-energy cats and you should plan to spend more time playing with them than you might think! As one breeder says, “Prepare your house for a two-year old. They cannot be alone.” http://cfa.org/Breeds/BreedsKthruR/Ocicat.aspx
Klocka is the clown of the group of sisters. She has a comical look with her intense eyes that almost match her coat color. Some Occicats come in solid colors. Klocka has a rich chocolate coat and in the light, you see her dapples of faint spots. Klocka loves to carry toys around and love to chase them in the bathtub. She is quite the character. She will come to you to check out your breakfast in the morning to determine if there is something for her! She is not a lap cat but enjoys her human company along with all her feline friends. She would love to go home with one of her sisters, Keena, Kenza, or Kasha.
Klocka is fostered in Davis, CA.
Contact Laurel at (530)304-2836 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions, or send an Adoption Application. If you are unable to reach Laurel by phone or email, email us at Info@purebredsplus.org.
NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!