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. His energy brings a smile to anyone who sees him.
If Mork were living in a fully carpeted house, you probably wouldn’t even notice that he is a little wobbly on his hind legs. In his foster home, the upstairs is carpeted and the downstairs is a mix of hard wood and tile. Mork runs everywhere and sometimes doesn’t get his brakes on in time, so will either crash- or slide-land at his destination. He is durable, shakes himself off and goes on. He flies up and down the stairs several times a day, climbs the highest cat trees to the top and jumps from the floor into the garden tub, then climbs to the deck to look out the window. He has just recently perfected jumping onto the super high bed, by jumping on the chest at the foot of the bed first.
If you have a high bed, we would suggest a set of stairs, otherwise he will squeak (he does not meow) you awake at 5 am to join the others in the bed. Mork has been diagnosed with a mild case of cerebellar hypoplasia, which is a non-progressive (will not get worse), non-contagious neurological condition that results in irregular walking and balance.
Mork gets along with all of the cats in his foster home and especially loves hanging with the older males who have babied him and shown him the ropes now for 7 months. He’s a good eater, litter box user and a love bug. He is getting better at allowing nail trims and fur brushing.
The ideal home for Mork with have at least one other kitten or playful cat with which Mork can play, love, socialize, and chase.
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 $125
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