Animal ID: APA-A-62570
Adoption Fee: $0.00
Sex: M
Looks Like: Domestic Shorthair
Current Weight: 5 pounds
Date of Birth: 2010-08-15
Age: 8 years, 6 months
Location: In Foster
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Friendly! Affectionate! Social!

If you're looking for a chill adult kitty that wants to be everyone's friend, meet Rooster! Rooster has left his play days behind. He is much more interested in that lap cat life. He will happily be your Netflix buddy and help you catch up on all the latest shows. When he perches himself on your lap, he has an adorable trait of nudging your hand if he wants more pets. Careful if you look to his adorable face. His big endearing eyes will tractor beam you in. You cannot resist his kitty gaze!

He is a fairly reserved kitty, not one to make a ruckus. He will sometimes let out a soft meow if he's hungry. For the most part he's quiet and may give a little kitty chirp here or there. Rooster would do well in a quiet home. He hasn't met any young children yet, but considering his activity level he would likely do better in a calm home of a young professional or maybe with a couple. He doesn't mind the company of other cats so if he's your one and only that's great, but if he makes some new feline friends he's fine with that too.

Talk about an easy-going roommate! Rooster has a very high affection level. He truly is a lover and wants to be around people.

Contact us today to meet Rooster!

Rooster is a healthy FIV+ (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) cat. FIV+ cats typically live long, healthy lives! For more information, please contact APA! or read this FAQ:

Rooster has tested positive for FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus). FeLV cats have a virus that causes a weaker immune system - they do not have cancer! For the most part, felvies are just like any other cat. You could not pick one out of the crowd, and they generally do not require much additional care. As a bonus, we waive their adoption fees! APA! provides full coverage and treatment for any FeLV-related issues that arise after the time of adoption. Cats with FeLV typically have a shortened lifespan - we like to compare it to the lifespan of adopting a senior kitty, with the added benefit that they don't have chronic senior health problems, and that FeLV related medical care is covered. Rooster is not contagious to people, dogs or other animals, but should live only with other FeLV+ cats. For more information, please contact APA! or read more by our Partner, Best Friends Animal Society:

All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team.

For further information or to meet Rooster, please email [email protected]