Homer (formally Acorn)

ID# IAR-A-10638

4 months old • Male

All About Me

Homer (formally Acorn) is bonded to another cat and would like to be adopted together. Please check his Best Friends section.

Because Homer (formally Acorn) 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).

I am a strong, curious cat inside the small kitten body! I am a survivor, having been dropped off at a stranger's porch, hungry and scared. And I am grateful to have a second chance with my foster cat family. My Mama Cat and my sisters take good care of me. We also have humans living in the house. These creatures love to hold me as I purr and sleep on their shoulders. My sister Raisin is my best friend, and we are looking for a forever home. If you are looking for kittens who are growing up to be cuddly, well-mannered , and adventurous cats, we would love to meet you!

A note from the human foster parent: Raisin and Acorn are one of the best pairs of kittens I had ever fostered. Raisin is brave, curious, and smart. She wants to investigate, chase toys and wands, and then literally come and tell you about her adventures. She is also the softest kitten i ever held in my hands. In her past life she must have been a chinchilla. She has big round eyes and large perked up ears, reminding me of Stitch. An absolutely delightful girl! Acorn is more of a cuddling, purring type, who will follow you around and will want to be near you for a long as he can. He is happy to sleep on your lap (or your neck, back, or a crook of your arm) purring in his sleep. He is on a skinny side at the moment, but he has pretty big paws, so he is likely to get a growth spurt closer to adolescence. One of the things i really like about these kittens is their love for each other. They groom each other, play and sleep together, share food, and let the other have turns with toys! Just like all siblings, they get into an occasional fight, and Raisin usually wins those, as Acorn has a more mellow nature. If you are looking for kittens who can provide lots of entertainment, laughter, and pure love, fill in an application and come meet them to see if they would be a good match for you!

All IAR cats will be spayed or neutered, microchipped and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

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