Picture This Pet
Meet APA's Tigre, a wild-at-heart yet friendly kitten ready for adoption
Cats may get a bad rap for being lazy or antisocial, but some are as friendly and outgoing as any dog — like this week's pet, Tigre. A kitten always on the go, Tigre also loves cuddling after a long day of exploring. Here are some other facts to help you decide if your home could be Tigre's forever home.
Breed: Domestic shorthair mix
Adult size: Medium
Age: 5 months
Adoption donation: Tigre currently has a reduced adoption fee of $75 due to ongoing treatment for ringworm. Adopters will continue receiving medication from APA! to continue giving it to him at home. If he is cleared of ringworm before he is adopted, his adoption fee will return to the $125 standard for kittens.
Location: On site
Surprise fact: Tigre can be very funny at times, as he likes to burrow into blankets chasing toys and popping his head out to say hello.
What APA! says about Tigre:
- Tigre is always ready to chat with new visitors and will makes quick friends with anyone he meets for the first time.
- He is very active, whether it's climbing a cat tree, playing with his toys, or playing with other cats.
Why APA! says he deserves your love:
- Once you catch up to Tigre, he instantly goes into cuddle mode and will purr up a storm. All around, he is one of the friendliest and most active cats you could find.
To learn more and adopt Tigre, visit the APA! website.