Don’t let these angelic pictures fool you – this little lad is a real energetic young kitten.
We think he was born in the middle of September. Spatz was found wandering the streets in the centre of Nottingham. Luckily someone saw him and reported him to us. Like all tiny young kittens, he was not really able to look after himself properly so was very thin. He was covered in fleas and had ear mites, his coat was in a bad condition. After he was released from our vets , off he went to one of our doting fosterers.
Now he is fully recovered and is showing all the playful characteristics of a young kitten that has you laughing for ages.
He is inquisitive, loving, extremely clean and has now realised he can get up on top of the bookcase, so he is agile and then looks at his fosterer to get him down again – what fun!
He gets on well with the adult cats in the house and can often be seen snuggling up to them for a cuddle. He is also good with children already and we’re sure he will grow into a truly lovely family pet.
Spatz is now old enough to be adopted; can you make room for a little one?
All cats will be home-checked prior to adoption. Kittens should initially be kept indoors until they are neutered at around 6 months. Also they should have supervised and limited access at first outside and never be allowed to stay out at night, as they are vulnerable to many dangers. Sorry but we do not home on or near busy roads.
If you are interested in little SPATZ, please contact us by telephoning 0115 9984307(please leave a message if no reply and we will get back to you as soon as possible) or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. uk. Please include your postcode with your contact details.
Please note: We are always in urgent need of new cat fosterers to help us foster the cats that AARU continue to help, if you would like to find out more information please email us.