Hi, I'm ReSHO. I was adopted on February 6!


Brown Tabby

Baby, Male

ReSHO (acronym for Regional Stay Home Order) is one of the “Shelter-in-Place” kittens. This affectionate 3-month-old  brown tabby kitten is one of four siblings that came to AFRP from the Hitchcock Road Animal Services after being found as 3-week-old orphans. Bottle-fed in foster care, ReSHO is the most mellow and cuddly of his litter-mates and he loves to take his kitten naps on your lap or in your arms. He happily shares his toys and food with his siblings, and never tries to dominate the group. Fun and playful, ReSHO enjoys chasing balls with bells and leaping for wand toys. Most of all, he enjoys being cradled in your arms to gaze into your eyes. ReSHO should do fine in a household with gentle children over age 8. He gets along nicely with other cats and kittens, but has not had experience with dogs. He would adjust nicely to being a single pet or part of multi-pet household. Meet and greets can be arranged once an application is approved.

Please note: Due to COVID-19, preference is given to residents of Monterey County and Santa Cruz County.

ReSHO has already been adopted!