Gator is a neutered male about 7 to 8 months old. He loves all kitties even his big foster brothers who like to play too rough with him. He isn’t even bothered by the dogs much, except if they bark at him and then he just runs away. Gator has been a wonderful baby for his foster family which they have had the pleasure of fostering for several months now. Gator was sick when he was adopted from the Memphis Animal Shelter back in September. He was continuously over looked by everyone who came into the shelter until his foster parents saw him and could see how desperate he was to be saved. He was so thankful for their rescue that he never minded taking his medicine to get well. Gator is completely healthy now, current on all shots and is ready for his new forever home. He would love to be in a family that could give him lots of attention. Gator got his name, because when he was sitting in his foster moms lap and she stopped petting him, he would nibble on her hand, as if to say “don’t stop petting me!”. Gator is a small kitty and still a little skinny. He was in need of loving attention when he was rescued and his foster parents would like to see him adopted to a loving family who could spend lots of time with him, and give him the love and attention this little guy deserves. Gator is very smart and picks up on your emotions, he is very respective and will return all the love you give him. Gator will stare at you with his big green eyes and wait patiently for you to pick him up and love on him.