DSH, orange and white

HISTORY:  Kit was a stray on Shores Road alongside brother Kyle and mom Alison.

Kit has aged out of his kitten antics and matured into a relaxed, affectionate young adult. He spends most of his time on top of the cat condos, snuggling with the other cats in his room. We think he finds the constant hustle and bustle of the sanctuary—particularly the younger kittens running around—a bit overwhelming. Once settled in a home, though, we anticipate that he’ll become a lot more playful and inquisitive. Kit is just a cat that needs a bit of encouragement to fully come out of his shell. He gets along great with other cats, though judging by his behavior we think he’d do better with an adult cat (or cats) than a kitten. Give this handsome man a chance and we’re sure that he’ll win you over! If you’d like to meet Kit, head to and fill out an adoption application.

Update Fall 2022: “Volunteer friend Scott calls me his whippet! He says I’m streamlined and toned just like this breed of dog,” giggles our good, kitty friend Kit! Kit is such a good natured, friendly guy and yes, he’s in good shape. There are no bulges, flab and or wiggly spots on this sleek guy! It’s not unusual for Kit to welcome you to his room and guide you around as he introduces other cats to you. A true friend to all, if Kit had to pick a best friend in his room it would be Deana. Deana is pretty shy around humans but she’s a very tempting kitty with her sleet white coat so we understand his attraction to her. With no emerging health issues, Kit looks forward to the fall display of colors and cooler temps.