It has been a while since I told you about any felines from Michigan Cat Rescue. This is a small organization, but they do many kind things for my fellow felines. The humans who are part of this cat rescue group are very dedicated, and they do a lot of good things without a lot of resources.
Recently, Michigan Cat Rescue pulled a feline named Ashton from a high kill shelter in the area. Aston, along with his siblings and his mother, were taken in and they were given good foster homes. I am telling you about Ashton because he has something common with me. He is not diabetic, nor is he a bengal cat.
But like me, Ashton has extra toes! That means he is a polydactyl cat. You can see the extra toes that Ashton has in this picture.
Ashton is very happy in his foster home, and he is showing what a fun and wonderful cat he will be for whoever takes him home. He is 16 weeks old, so while he is not quite a tiny feline, he is still a young one. Ashton enjoys playing with both humans and other felines, and he is very good at attacking a scratching post.
Unlike me and Jacey, Ashton likes to be held. And like Jacey and me, he enjoys curling up by his human to snuggle with, make biscuits, and purr!
This handsome boy has been fixed and has received all of his shots. He is also negative for FIV and FeLV, so he is safe to take home to other felines, who he will enjoy playing with.
Do you have room in your home for this cute feline? If you do, please visit Michigan Cat Rescue and fill out an adoption application. If you cannot take Ashton home, please share his story so that he can find a good home.