Wesley was found as a small kitten in a church parking lot on Mother’s Day in 2018. He was placed in one of our foster homes for about a month until he was old enough to be adopted. Once back in the shelter, he kept getting overlooked because of his plain coloring or his reserved personality. To new people, he may seem a little aloof; but to staff and volunteers, he is a loveable goofball that will do anything for treats. He can usually be found napping in the window or the kitty hammock, and he will even roll over to ask for bellyrubs. Wesley gets along very well with other cats and enjoys playing with kittens. He does not like loud noises or lots of activity and would do best in a quiet home with no small children.
Recently, Wesley was diagnosed with gingivitis. After a thorough dental cleaning, his teeth and gums are looking much better, but he may require regular dental cleanings once a year to keep his pearly whites look their best.