Andros is so adorable that one of our own ASPCA staff members took him home as a foster—and she doesn’t have a bad thing to say about him! The type of guy who can be a little nervous in new places, Andros took some time to settle into his foster home—and we expect him to take some time to settle into an adoptive home, too. But boy, oh boy— he became a different cat once he started to feel comfortable! Andros’ feline foster siblings showed him just how great his foster home was, and he soon followed their lead. Described by his foster caregiver as an “extremely active” kitty who, “loves all of his toys,” Andros thinks that playtime is all the time! He particularly loves his Cat Dancer wand toy and, “leaps into the air, spins in circles and dashes around as fast as he can to catch it.” The only thing that Andros may love just as much as playtime is conversing with his people! Andros is noted to run over to his foster caregiver and chirp at her as soon as she enters the room, and, “he’ll sit and talk with you if you meow back at him.” When it comes to being loved on, Andros has a, “let me come to you,” attitude. A lot of petting all at once can sometimes be too much for this handsome man, even if he’s asking for it—so, familiarity with feline body language would be a good skill for Andros’ new family to learn. Otherwise, Andros is happy to spend his time exploring, kneading on blankets, learning tricks or attempting to take a bite of his peoples’ food while they’re eating.
Andros is looking for an adopter who can spoil him with lots of daily interactive playtime! He’s done super well in his adults-only foster home with other cats, so a similar type of home is a must for this man. If you’d like to adopt Andros, please fill out our Cat Adoption Survey.