11 year old • Male
Orange tabby with white paws and a white tuxedo chest
Being born on (or around) the 4th of July, his foster family decided Freedom and his siblings needed names that reflect the occasion. Freedom was the right name for this little guy. He was the first one to try to venture out to explore the house. He is a little sweetheart as well. He starts purring as soon as you walk in and he will push his brother Independence aside for some laptime. He needs a home that includes one of his siblings, or another kitten or young cat, to play and grow with. Freedom is FeLV/FIV negative, litter box trained and will be ready for a home after he is neutered in early October. See more pictures of Freedom and his siblings at https://picasaweb.google.com/lciarfoster/IndependenceDayKittens#
Freedom, America, Independence and Liberty were born in an outdoor colony that is cared for by a wonderful IAR volunteer. When she saw how sweet these babies were she just couldn't let them live outside and brought them into the IAR foster system.