Introducing Radar (C0122)
All eyes on me 👀
This stunner will turn every head in a room & his personality is even more incredible than those beautiful eyes. What a combination for one striking little kitten to possess. His name is Radar and everything about him will draw you in. From his angular features, glossy black coat & confident approach. This boy knows how to steal hearts.
Radar is 16 weeks old. He is the first of his litter to stride forward smoothly when he is around people & twirl around your ankles for attention. Looking up with those gorgeous eyes, you can’t resist scooping little radar into your arms for a cuddle & this is his totally his goal. He adores human interaction & will seek out people for a pat whenever he can.
With his relaxed energy, Radar gets along well with cats, gentle dogs & children. He is a confident kitten so a busy household is not a problem, as long as it’s a loving home too. If you lead a more quiet lifestyle, Radar will bring a peaceful companionship to you home.
Radar has been in foster care with his siblings & if you are looking to adopt a pair of sleek & stunning beauties, Kelly is also available to adopt. These two kittens live harmoniously together providing twice the cuddles & attention as they both love being with people. Both kittens will require ah indoor only home.
Although Radar will prefer to be with you every moment that you are home. He is also happy to stretch out somewhere comfortable & sleep whilst you are at work. He is quite content with his own company provided his humans have time to spend with him in the evening. With his highly desirable personality & uniquely stunning looks, we don’t anticipate Radar will be waiting too long to find his forever home.
He is currently in foster care in Semaphore Park. Radar’s adoption fee is $200. He has been desexed, microchipped, flea treated & wormed. His foster family look forward to reading your application very soon.
To express your interest in adopting, please complete an application using the following link
SA Breeder DACO110502