Cadogan's sister Glyn and mother were rescued from outside.
A few days later, Cadogan was found, dehydrated, scared and hungry but very happy to be reunited with his mom and sister in their foster home.
Cadogan is still very shy and skittish around sudden movement or noise, but he settles in pretty quickly.
He explored the whole kitchen within about 15 minutes of being in his foster home, and he is not wary of eating in the open or being around people.
When he sees his foster brothers Kingston or Warfield curled up and purring in his foster mom's arms, he has a look of yearning and eventually makes his way over to his foster mom's lap to gently paw at her leg and mew, and accepts a couple pets before scampering off.
If scooped up for a quick snuggle, he will allow it and curl up against his foster mom's chest
After being put back down, he just looks up at his foster mom like, "why did you do that?" and goes back to playing.
Cadogan seems pretty laid-back and sweet, but needs his confidence built up.
He is certainly interested in being around humans, especially seeing other confident kittens enjoying the attention, but is still a little unsure.
He would probably do best in a quiet home with a confident and friendly kitty to befriend, as he takes a lot of his cues from the other kittens and notices their positive interactions with humans and is willing to give it a go.
The kittens are becoming very used to human interaction and affection. They're now used to being petted, being picked up and snuggled, forehead kisses, belly kisses, belly rubs, and playing with toys.
Glyn's favorite thing is to be rubbed in gentle strokes between her brows to her forehead.
They're both sometimes still a little shy, especially with standing humans, but once approached, they're fine with being scooped up and loved on.
They spend most of their time playing around the kitchen (and chasing down the broom when their foster mother sweeps), and are becoming a lot more confident every day.
They may be becoming more bonded to one another, now that their foster brothers have been adopted, their foster mom rarely ever finds them apart anymore.
It's hard to imagine that they were so skittish lot that long ago.
They've definitely adjusted to being around humans
Cadogan is still very small and needs to be fattened up some, but a Kitten Hold Agreement can be signed by suitably qualified adopters
*****Please bear in mind that it is against Abbey Cat policy to adopt a single kitten under the age of 6 months to a home without a kitten of similar age for company.******
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