• AARCS # A36352011
  • Male
  • Kitten
  • Est. DOB: 06/14/2017
  • Breed: DSH
  • Share Adoptable!


    “Hi everybody! My name is Buford but my foster mom calls me “little b”. She says one day I will grow into my big boy name but for now I am pretty little. Even though I am little I have a purr the size of a jet engine. I absolutely love to play and can run around for hours. My favorite thing to do is to play with my foster mom and if she’s busy I meow as loud as I can for her to play with me. Even though I am small it does not mean I am timid or shy. I am very courageous and explore things even if they are new. I can run for hours and never get tired. I need lots of space to run and play. I especially love to play with my feather toys, my small mice, and my foster moms arm. I love humans and when I get all my energy out or when I first wake up from a nap I love to snuggle on my foster moms shoulder and purr VERY loudly. This doesn’t last long because I want to explore more than anything.

    Right now I am patiently waiting for my forever home and even though I love my foster mom sometimes I need more attention and play time than she can provide.I would love to be in a home where there are kids (ages 3 and up) who would love to play with me for hours. I would also love to be in a home with another kitten or cat who could wrestle with me and teach me more about appropriate kitty play. I would love to meet my forever family and can’t wait to have a visit with you to see if you may be them. I think you should come meet me and come see for yourself just how funny, energetic, adventurous, affectionate, and cute I am. I will add tons of energy, laughs, purrs, and love to your home if you give me a chance.

    I will add tons of energy, laughs, purrs, and love to your home if you give me a chance.”

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      Yes, Good with Cats
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Not tested with Dogs
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Yes, Good with Kids
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?