Don’t be alarmed if you feel the uncontrollable urge to pick Miles up and give his face kisses. That’s the normal reaction when people see Miles’ adorable round apple head, turned up nose, and stunning orange eyes.
Miles, a friendly little guy who’ll pretty much play with anyone willing to give him the time, is actually masquerading as an entirely black cat. Under that dark exterior, Miles, a 2-year-old Bombay, has some very symmetrical white markings hidden on his belly.
Miles gets along very well with other friendly kitties; in fact he loves feline companionship so much that he told us a home with another kitty is a requirement for him.
Miles is a great cat — affectionate, playful, and conscientious about his appearance as well as the appearance of his kitty comrades. Miles is sure to bring a lot of laughter and love to whatever family is lucky enough to welcome him into their home!
For more information on Miles, or other deserving animals, call Reducing Animal Euthanasia at Shelters through Commitment and Underlying Education (R.E.S.C.U.E.) at (480) 598-9410 or visit www.azrescue.org. The cost of adoption is $125 for cats and $150 for dogs, which includes spaying and neutering and some inoculations.
Take Me Home is our regular spotlight on a pet in need of a home in the East Valley. View more at EastValleyTribune.com/life/pets