Irresistible Faced Kitten Finds Family to Satisfy All Its Needs After Found Alone
A kitten found all by itself is so lucky to have a foster family who will take care of all of its needs.
A week ago, Laura Malone, director of Mini Cat Town, picked up a kitten from a local animal shelter that was in need of care. The tiny panther kitten had been brought in as a singleton with no information on its mother’s whereabouts.
Mini Cat Town (a San Jose, Calif. Cat rescue) knew the kitten would benefit from a foster home and didn’t hesitate to help.
Shortly after arriving, he came out of his clam, ate to his heart’s content, and curled up in Laura’s arms for a nice nap. It was like knowing he was in good hands.
“He’s eating canned food pretty well and seems very happy. Orphaned kittens can be very vocal at times, but he was very calm and composed,” shared Laura Love Meow.
After everything was tidied up, the kitten checked his new digs with a full belly. They named him Koda (bear) after an animated character of Brother Bear.
With a comfortable space to embed and lots of attention within reach, Koda quickly discovered his playful side and rumbling purr motor.
Whenever it’s time to recharge, he crawls into his human’s arms, stretches his paws in a kneading motion and purrs himself to sleep.
There are plenty of beds in the room to choose from, but Koda’s favorites are the arms and laps of his people.
As a singleton, the kitten is determined to have a constant companion. He is so happy to be in a home setting that he is delighted with upon request.
A few days after being cared for, the kitten reached a milestone and officially joined the One Pound Club.
He was so proud that he pulled the tissue paper violently from the scales with his mouth and wrestled with his micro claws.
Koda has a way of captivating people’s hearts. He insists on having a warm round after every meal or game hour and doesn’t take no for an answer.
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When he discovers Foster Dad, a cuddle is in order. The little guy is on a mission to win every heart he meets.
Koda has a special blanket that he naps with at night and that accompanies him everywhere. His foster family gave him a bunny toy to fight with.
“Singletons can be a bit snappy as they don’t have siblings to play with. I try to distract Koda with stuffed animals. I pretend they’re different cats so he can wrestle them.”
Laura hopes to introduce him to other foster kittens his age when it is medically clear that they will meet. As of now, Koda has his foster parents wrapped around his fingertips.
He’s turned into a full-fledged lap kitten and is quite a purring machine.
Koda begins exploring his playpen, practicing his jumping skills, and trying to be a secret cat.
Although Koda is still building his leg muscles, he tries to climb what he can put his paws on. He still has a lot to do, but his personality comes out strong.
The little panther kitten is thriving and happy to have a foster family who will tear him to pieces. He looks at her with those big doe eyes that nobody can say no to.
It’s been about a week since Koda was saved. The kitten has grown in size and fluff along with its up and coming personality.
Koda struts around the house and shows off his newly acquired mane.
He may not be the loudest kitten, but Koda looks the most convincing on his face when he wants something from his humans.
Koda Bear loves his VIP life and blossoms into the cutest cuddle bug.
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