Mork
Adopted
ID# C-19-419

1 year old • Male

All About Me

Mork is a handsome brown tabby with soft, short hair. His fur has a mix of spots and stripes. Look at the "M" on his forehead and the distinctive pencil lines radiating out from his hazel eyes. He has such a sweet face!

Mork is a sweet, shy kitten. He loves to be petted and just rises up on his toes when you rub down his back. And, of course, his motor starts running, purring up a storm. Although he is still a kitten, he doesn't have that constant, crazy level of energy associated with that age-he is pretty chill. Mork likes being around and interacting with the other adult cats in his foster home. Not too interested in being held at first, his foster mom has found that he is now starting to like sitting in her lap.

When it's time to play, Mork likes to romp around with his sister, Mindy. They tumble about and then run off chasing one another. When playing by himself, he has a plush cylinder that he carries around in his mouth. He tosses it up in the air, and, when it hits the floor, he bats it around with his paws. He loves to rub his face all over the catnip-infused soft toys. His favorite new thing is to play CatAlone2 on the tablet. He loves it!

Mork and his sister, Mindy, have attended an adoption event and have stayed in a cubby at Petco. They were not fans at all of these things! Mork will appreciate a person or family who will be very patient and give him time to adjust to a forever home. Do you have what it takes to win him over?

My Details
Likes Cats Yes
Likes Dogs Unknown
Likes Young Kids Unknown

Best Friends

Mork would be especially happy to find a home with another cat from his foster home:

History

Mork's mom is Miesha, and his sister is Mindy. Miesha, a stray, had Mork and Mindy in the woods, where they lived for the first 4 months of their lives. Luckily, Miesha chose the property of an IAR volunteer who was able to bring this little family inside and foster them until they are adopted.

Health

Mork is neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, negative for FIV/FeLV, and microchipped.

2020-03-18T22:25:17-04:00