3 month old • Male
Grady's facial markings are stunning, including a half black half pink nose. He's a grey and black tabby with white feet.
Grady is the shyest around humans of his 4 brothers. He does not like to be pet right away, but is becoming more social in foster care. Grady studies his foster parents for awhile before coming up to them, and when pet he purrs a lot. He is very focused when playing with toys, and is very interested in exploring his environment. Grady is the smartest of the brothers; set him a task and he will figure it out quickly. He plays well with all of his brothers and would like to find a home with at least one of them.
Because Grady is younger than 6 months of age, it is IAR policy that he must be adopted with another kitten or into a household with a young cat (general guideline of 2 years or younger but on a case by case basis).
Grady, his litter mates, and his mama cat were all brought into IAR as strays.
Grady is a healthy kitten.