• DSH- Cream coat, orange and cream striped tail, light orange cap and orange smudge on right cheek.
  • BABY MALE; EST DOB: April 24, 2020
  • ARRIVAL: July 22, 2020
  • HISTORY: Littermates Larry, Curly, Moe and Frye were trapped locally in a colony of cats. Arriving super shy, they spent 6 weeks in foster care fine tuning their pet skills and are now all ready to head on home.

A recent graduate of our advanced How to be a Perfect Kitten 101 foster program, Frye and team would tell you that they are all now ready to head on home and apply their new companion pet skills to their new family. Having lost out of some key weeks of early socialization, this lovely litter of all males has come so very far and continue to grow and develop into exceptional little love bugs. They still all have a bit of “stranger danger” in meeting new folks and might shy away from you, but we URGE you to please read on about these kitties to see what makes them all so special and candidates for YOUR home. We know they love to snuggle and purr and playtime is such a fun time for all of them. When they see foster mom coming their way, they are lined up and ready for attention and some lovin.’ A home with another cat or two and even a low key dog or two on hand, would be an ideal match for these guys. Adopting a couple of the siblings together would also be an excellent option to consider. The kitties are all very active and very food motivated! All have mastered the litter box, happily activate scratching posts, love playing with toys and are skilled going in and out cat doors. The foster mom had one that led them to a secure, screened in patio area and they loved flying in and out of it. It is NOT recommended to offer the kitties outside access as they will vanish!!

More about Frye:  Frye was trapped a full 12 days after his siblings Curly, Larry and Moe.  He fended for himself outside in the woods til help came his way and he found his way to The Scratching Post.   This handsome fellow continues to blossom and makes new, daily milestones while in foster care.  Still the shyest in his litter, Frye is at his best when it’s time for recess and he can run and play and be mischievous with other kitties!  Frye actively seeks out the small mice toys in particular which he proudly transports around in his mouth!    Frye’s foster mom can pick him up and carry him short distances and he is now finally at a point where he no longer just tolerates being pet.  He will now relax and enjoys quiet petting sessions with his foster mom.  Purring is now part of the reward for foster mom as Frye soaks up the special one on one attention.   Progress!   Frye is still very tentative around strangers but has clearly shown he’s willing to try and be a great companion pet.   An ideal home for Frye would include one or more of his siblings and/or a home with a well balanced cat who enjoys playing hide and seek and activating unsuspecting toys!   Frye is a sweet boy who can’t wait to show off how awesome he is to the right family.  Ask about Frye today!