About Mork

Mork is a friendly, outgoing little squirt who is game for anything. He is a beautiful long-haired ginger boy with a white mask and a long fluffy tail. He gets along with all people, and cats as well as has no fear of his foster family’s dog.

Mork also has an extremely mild case of “wobbly kitten syndrome” (cerebellar hypoplasia) which throws him off balance from time to time. Feline cerebellar hypoplasia is a non-progressive, non-contagious neurological condition that results in walking and balance problems. A kitten is born with “CH” when their cerebellum, the part of the brain that controls fine motor skills and coordination, is underdeveloped at birth. Mork was in awe of his sister’s ability to run and climb and mimicked her every move. It is his foster mom’s belief that Mork gained the confidence to run up and down the stairs, jump in the bathtub and climb his cat tree in a flash because he saw Mindy do it.

Mork, and his sister Mindy, were born into our care on May 6, 2018 to a wonderful mama cat named Twinkle.  Mork and Mindy have two entirely different personalities with exact opposite physical traits. They are not a bonded pair.  Mork needs a playmate he can run and play with.  While Mindy is a mild mannered lap cat.

He is already spayed, FIV/FeLV tested negative, Avid micro-chipped, de-wormed and has all necessary shots. He is ready to go to a loving home. Adoption fee is $100.00.

Download an adoption application today! If you cannot adopt, please share with other to help Mork find a “furrever” home.

You can also help by donating to sponsor his care. Or you can help by providing an item from our Wish List!

If you have any questions, please EMAIL US.

All kittens must be adopted with another kitten or into a home with another young cat with which he or she can play and socialize. The majority of no-kill rescues nationwide adhere to this policy. This policy is NOT based on a desire to increase our number of adoptions, rather it ensures that the kittens we rescue, nurture, and love are adopted into homes that offer the best possible environment for their social development.

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