Isaac Mewton is very in-your-face when he wants attention and will not take no for an answer. In return for petting and chin scratches, he will happily let you rub his belly, and typically melts when you do that. Isaac is very invested in whatever chore you may be doing and is eager to help or supervise. As soon as the door to the kitten room opens, he darts downstairs to say hi to foster dad before doing rounds to see who else is around. He loves all people, even if he’s just met them. He also gets along very well with dogs. Isaac is very stealthy, and quick to run through a door if there is someone on the other side (other cats or people) or if he thinks there might be someone on the other side, so his adopters will need to be careful that he does not get outside. Once, he attended a college’s companion animal club on a harness and leash and loved being the center of attention. Isaac loves to play with his brothers and also with any other foster kitten that he’s known for more than two minutes. He likes being on or in paper bags and can be a little clumsy when exploring. He likes spring toys, but he prefers interactive toys like a laser pointer or wand toy to independent play. When tired, he likes to wrap himself around his people by hugging them or sitting on their chest. He also does not mind being held in a variety of ways, including upside down or sideways. He would not do well as an only pet. Isaac and his brothers were born with deformed eyelids (eyelid agenesis) and have had several surgeries to make their eyes as comfortable and healthy as possible. They have been treated by Animal Eye Care. The Physicists kittens were born to a feral mom. A good samaritan found them and took care of them until they could find a rescue.
Fully vetted: tested for FeLV/FIV (negative unless otherwise noted); treated for intestinal parasites, fleas, and ear mites; FVRCP+FeLV vaccinated (initial vaccination and booster); and rabies vaccinated; spayed/neutered; microchipped with Home Again microchips with rescue paid registration.