Mango
Mango
Mango
Mango
Mango

Status / Details

2019, Adopted

Additional Info

About Mango

Adopted by Kim
Born ~11/5/18 , M, DSH, Orange Tabby

Mr. Mango is the a very loving, outgoing, and people obsessed little kitten. As soon as someone walks into the room he immediately runs up to them rubbing up on their legs looking for some love. Often when you first walk into the room you are treated with a small meow quickly followed by his very loud motor of a purr. His foster mom has never heard a kitten purr as much as this little guy!

Mango loves to have his butt, chin, and surprisingly even his belly scratched! He enjoys laying spread out on your lap at night and just being around people that will give him attention. He can often be found right underneath his foster moms feet to see what she is up to and if she has time to give him some love and scratches. There are very few things this curious and confident kitten is afraid of.

Mango loves to play with his toy mice, crinkle balls, and in his kitten tunnel. He can often be heard batting the balls and chasing them around throughout the day. Mango also loves to lounge the day away in this kitten hammock or cuddled up with his brother (Tango) on the couch.

Mango’s foster mom is a bit bias and thinks orange kittens are the best cats and Mango is no exception to that. He does great with dogs and adult cats. He would do great in a home that is willing to take him and his brother (Tango) together or a home that has someone home often to give him all the love and attention he desires.

This sweet, loving, and outgoing little boy deserves a great, loving forever home. Do you think you could be the purrfect match for Mr. Mango?

Mango will come litter box perfect, neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and dewormed. He is fostered in the Sacramento area. Please reach out to his foster mom, Alyssa Gagnon at graceful355@hotmail.com or 805-878-8053 for more information.


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!