Domestic Short Hair : : Female
Won't you think about adopting me?
Print an adoption flyer for Oak 2020 (must be adopted w/Cedar 2020)!
My name is Oak and this is my fishy. Nobody else’s fishy — my siblings know not to touch fishy. Foster mama says fishy has seen better days. I’m not sure what that means, because every day is great if I have fishy. Sometimes I leave fishy in my food bowl to request the food be topped up — you know how awful it is when it’s only half full. I sure hope my forever family is looking for a couple kittens AND a fishy, or I’m not going anywhere...
I’m also very attached to my big brother, Cedar. I had a very severe cold that turned into a bad eye infection when I was a tiny kitten and Cedar took care of me when I couldn’t see. We will cry if we can’t find each other — I love big brother. We like to cuddle up in the kitty tree at our foster home.
Did I mention that I was pretty sick when I was tiny? I’m all better now but my eyes still run clear a bit— the vet says they may be like this forever. I’m not the biggest fan of having them wiped off but I’ll sit calmly for it to be done. Foster mama says my forever family should be ok with needing to gently wipe my face sometimes so I don’t get any sore spots.
I was the slowest of the tree kitties to fully trust foster family, but now I have really come out of my shell. I love cuddles and I looooove scratches. I love to sleep on foster dad. He’s always warm! I’m still a little shy, so I hope my forever family will be patient with me while I get to know them.
If you would like to meet me and Cedar please visit the following link to fill out an application.
More about Oak 2020 (must be adopted w/Cedar 2020)
Likes to play with toys, Playful, Affectionate