Aladdin came into care from a hoarding situation in Toronto as a very young kitten. Weighing in right now at 1.2 kgs, he’s being successfully treated for an upper respiratory infection and an eye infection. He’s closing in on the end of this treatment and no further complications are expected. This feisty playful fearless little kitten enjoys everything about his new life. He’s all boy! He likes to chase , play with our dogs tail , climb into his cat tower, chairs, and us. He’s still very young, so he needs help coming down from higher places, but he vocalises if he’s having trouble. His claw and bite inhibition skills are amazing. I’ve never seen a kitten who would jump headlong toward a dog, claws out in play and make no contact. Our dog and his foster sister have total trust that he knows his strength. Aladdin has had to endure a lot of frequent medications, and he is not difficult to medicate. Aladdin enjoys the company of other pets and humans, and we have not had to do too much work to bring him around in his new life. It was a matter of days before he was able to be himself. He may have some dog DNA! Despite the fear that he might be blind in the affected eye, in the last two days it has completely cleared and he can now see very well. I think Aladdin would do well with another energetic kitten. He’s so sociable talkative and playful. He shares his food with his foster sister respectfully, and vocalises if he’s on the lower level of the house and needs his litter box. ( he will pace and meow, ) if he were a dog he would be a husky! This kitten is for you if you want to interact through play to make your bond strong. He’s very tiny, so a house that is kitten proofed is a must.
Aladdin ( who we call Alley Cat) would do well with another energetic young cat, and a level headed nurturing obedience trained dog. Small children might be a bit much. The youngest child in his foster home is 12, and Aladdin adores him.
This cat needs to be adopted with a cat in the program or have another cat at home