Loyal, Gentle, Playful, Smart, Curious, Independent, Funny
Vaccinations up to date, neutered
GOOD IN A HOME WITH
Other cats, dogs, children
Harrison was living outdoors in a heap of scrap metal and other trash with his 4 siblings. Mom was nowhere to be found as the kittens were 4 weeks old, just old enough to be on their own. Stray Paws Animal Haven, our partner rescue organization, received a call about the kittens and sent one of their dedicated volunteer trappers out to get them. She cut her leg getting them out, but was able to save them all.
The kittens had severe eye infections, as the majority of stray kittens do. Some of their eyes were so infected they were completely crusted and sealed shut. Harrison was one of them.
The kittens were taken directly to a wellness clinic where their eyes were cleaned and medicated. Luckily, a foster was available and they were put into a home that night. There they grew into the beautiful, sweet kittens they are today.
Harrison is the biggest of the bunch and was the first to become social. He showed his siblings that humans aren't so bad. (They are also the ones who bring the food :).
Harrison is still a bit shy, but coming around everyday. He is in a foster home with many kittens, and would love a family of his own where he can be the center of attention. He loves to play and climb, and sit next to you if you have calm energy.
Harrison needs to be adopted into a home with another playful dog or cat, as he is still a small kitten. Or maybe you would consider adopting Harrison along with one of his siblings, Hugo, Heidi, Helen and Huey!
For more pics and video of Harrison, simply email email@example.com