While Mittens might seem shy and independent at first, don't let this fool you! Mittens was transferred to the Animal Care Society along with a group of other cats. This large group along with the hustle and bustle of the shelter definitely made Mittens nervous. This poor young cat would hide in the corner or in his litter box until, finally, he felt comfortable enough to explore the room. Now, Mittens is staring at staff through the door, waiting for attention. And when staff is in the room, he blocks the door so that no one can leave without giving him an extra pet or two. While he is quite large, Mittens is a big softy! He loves to get head scratches and will rub onto you while you work. Mittens has gone through quite a transformation at the shelter. If you are interested in him, apply today at www.animalcaresociety.org!\\\ MITTENS IS SPONSORED BY OUR FRIEND HENRY SNYDER THRU MARCH 2021! Primary Color: Brown Tabby Secondary Color: Black Weight: 18.14lbs Age: 1yrs 5mths 4wks Animal has been Neutered I am available for adoption at the Animal Care Society.