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Isaac Is Shy at First, But You Can Help Him Come Out of His Shell

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Isaac enjoys lots of affectionate human attention and also loves treats. (Fur Real Life Photography)
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Isaac and his 3 litter mates were born to a stray mama cat and were living on the streets.  Although they have all been thriving in foster care, Isaac is shy in new situations. He will need a little time to feel safe and secure in his new home.

Isaac is ready to find a home where he will be treated with patience and kindness. (The Cat House on the Kings)

Once one-year-old Isaac feels comfortable and trusts his human(s), he comes out of his shell and enjoys lots of affectionate human attention. He loves treats. He loves pets and will purr while rolling over and making air biscuits. He will bonk your hand and even drool in excitement.

Isaac is fine with other cats and kittens.  He has not been exposed to dogs or children. Isaac is ready to find a home where he will be treated with patience, kindness and loving affection and be given a chance to thrive.

To adopt Isaac or see other available cats and kittens, visit The Cat House on the Kings.

All adoptable animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, treated for fleas and litter-box trained.

The nonprofit Cat House on the Kings is California’s largest no-cage, no-kill, lifetime cat sanctuary and adoption center.

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