Henry’s foster caregiver describes him as, “one of the most amiable cats [she’s] ever met,”—so you know he has to be quite the kitty! Henry took a few weeks to fully settle into his foster home and will probably take a few weeks to settle into his adoptive home too—which is totally normal for cats! Once he feels comfortable, you’re sure to have a great little man on your hands. “Very lovely and affectionate,” Henry’s foster caregiver says, “he is super sweet and loves being pet.” Henry has no qualms about asking for lots and lots of scratches from the people he loves—and even when he’s getting them, he keeps asking for more! Henry also has a playful side that he loves showing off—especially when it comes to cat teasers and wand toys! Henry never gets tired of playing games and would play with his favorite toys all day, every day if given the chance.
Henry would make a great addition to many different types of families and homes! Henry’s new family should know that, while in the care of the ASPCA, he’s been treated for a condition called plasma cell pododermatitis—a fancy name for an immune disease that causes swelling and pain in the footpads. Our veterinarians have started Henry on medication, and he’s been doing great! Henry’s adopter will need to continue his medication in his new home and follow up with a veterinarian to help keep him as happy and healthy as can be. And trust us, he’s worth it! If you’d like to adopt him, please complete our Cat Adoption Survey.