9 year old • Male
Indiana is a precious grey tabby with white socks and a white nose and chin.
Literally 3 seconds after he was out of quarantine, Indiana was wrestling with his foster brother, without a single hiss or growl. He loves being a playful little cat and roughhouse, but will come and sit right next to you and purr up a storm when he's done with playtime. He's the best of both worlds: an entertaining kitten and a baby who just loves people. In fact, he's sitting right next to his foster mom as she types this. He also behaves nicely with his calmer foster sister and coexists peacefully with the adult cats in his foster home, even though they don't really want to play with him. Indiana loves everyone he meets, whether cat or person, and will delight you with his mischievous antics, then come up and lick your face. He should definitely be adopted with another kitten and will almost certainly make immediate best friends with him or her. Indiana is up to date on his shots, has been neutered, and is FeLV and FIV negative.
Indiana showed up where a kind hearted cat lover was providing shelter for some outdoor cats, and was taken in so that the larger prey animals wouldn't get him. He acts like he was born around people and is not shy about showing how much he likes being with them.