Orphaned kitten who had been hiding under blankets is now roaring to attract attention and wanted a new owner
To catch the attention of newer owners, some kittens will stop at nothing, and that is natural. Recently, a small orange tabby cat was brought to the IndyHumane shelter in Indianapolis. At first, the cat was quite hesitant. The kitten stopped communicating by hiding behind blankets and hissing at everyone who approached.
Jennifer, a foster worker at the facility, made the decision to support the young child in coming out of his shell. She gave him the name Butterball and brought him home to care for him. She set up a special corner with a soft bed and lots of toys for him because she understood how afraid he is. It took Butterball a while to settle in after she also gave him food and water.
He is currently going after his mother and spending the entire day purring in her lap. He roars in the funniest way possible and enjoys playing with Jennifer and his toys. The kitten has some small health issues that need to be resolved before he may meet the neighbourhood cats. He already can’t wait to meet them, after that, he’ll be given up for adoption.
We have no doubt that he will attract a lot of adopters thanks to that adorable roar.
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