Status / Details
Born ~6/2019, M, White & Gray Tabby
Do you have a faucet with a pesky drip? Then I’m the kitten for you!
My name is Sunnyside. I’m a 6 month old male white and gray tabby. I have a nubbin of a tail. My siblings and I were found on a dairy farm. We were rescued by a nice lady who got our mama fixed and us babies went to foster homes. I love to drink water from the faucet. When my foster mom walks down the hall, I run and jump into the bathroom sink waiting for her to turn on the faucet for me. I have pretty well trained her about this now!
I love to run and play with the kittens and adult cats in my foster home. I would love to have a cat sibling at my new home. The big tall thing that my mom says is a dog doesn’t scare me. Naturally, I love boxes. I also like to play with wand toys, pipe cleaners, and little toys. I have taken a solemn oath to not let my humans be attacked by a rogue Q-tip or crinkly plastic wrapper. I take this job very seriously and will battle to the end to protect you!
When I’m done with my wild antics, I’m ready for a good cuddle. I think I’m the perfect mixture of mischief and love. My foster mom says I have an “insta purr.” For some reason we like to play in the bath tub, but only when there isn’t any water in it. That’s where I like to take my prey or Q-tips and plastic.
I know how to perfectly use a litter box. I’ve been microchipped and neutered so I am ready to find my furever family. Are you it?
I am located in Sacramento. Contact my foster mom, Lesa at firstname.lastname@example.org, and she’ll check my social calendar to schedule a time for us to meet. I can’t lie, I hope you will like me along with one or both of my brothers. And I can’t wait to meet you!! If you are interested in adopting me, please fill out an Adoption Application, which can be found at https://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!