Prince Harry was named after his royal namesake because, as anyone can see, the resemblance between the two is uncanny! And like the British royal and as is generally true of most ginger kitties, he’s quite a confident, gregarious and energetic force of nature. We’re uncertain how or why, at just a mere year old, he wound up in Devore Shelter in November of 2018. What we did know is that we were elated to be able to rescue him and bring him into the safety and protection of our foster care program.
Prince Harry’s loyalty and enthusiasm for people is more canine than feline. He loves following people around and being the center of their attention. Seeking active and in-your-face affection and a constant companion? Harry is your boy! There’s nothing he loves more than to be pet and he’ll reward you with high volume purrs to let you know how joyful you’ve made him feel. If you don’t have time to play, his independent feline nature kicks in and he’s able to entertain himself just fine with anything and everything in his midst – a hair band, a ball or even a door stopper. Yes, he’s amazingly resourceful!
Prince Harry does very much want and needs to be the center of attention and for this reason, we feel he’d thrive as an only kitty. But rest assured, if he is an only kitty, he’s as loyal and devoted as they come.
Prince Harry was adopted February 19, 2019!