3 month old • Female
Splotch is a sweet tabby with a very pronounced "splotch" of black fur on her back instead of clear stripes.
Splotch was the first of the four siblings to demand cuddles before bedtime. She's very playful and especially likes playing hide and seek with Boots. She's usually the last one to eat, preferring to get pets or keep playing with the dancing toys while the others gobble the food.
She's been curious about the foster's resident cats and dogs, and seems like she'd be comfortable with either.
Splotch must be adopted with one of her siblings. She gets along best with Boots (they're both extra playful) but would do well with any of them.
Because Splotch is younger than 6 months of age, it is IAR policy that she 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).
Splotch was found with her sister and two brothers next to a trash can in his foster parent's neighborhood. They were pulled inside one cold night and immediately took to indoor life using the litter box and demanding food every waking moment.
Splotch is in good health.