Kingston and his brother Warfield are settling in to their foster home very nicely.
They're super sweet and confident, and very bonded with each other and have even been trying to get their foster sibling out of her carrier to play.
One of the boys has already managed to introduce himself to their foster parents' dog, and was very confident and friendly and very gentle with him.
They are fine with being petted while eating.
Both love to be held and snuggled, and already demand kisses.
Kingston and Warfield have been little playful purr machines since arriving at their foster home.
Both boys are very confident and affectionate.
Kingston - Playful, sweet, little mischief, who wants to be involved in everything, including sweeping (he chases the broom and plays), and be with his person all the time. He is super snuggly, and will climb up you to get into your arms for a good cuddle session.
He enjoys kisses and little Eskimo kisses.
He does see hands as a toy still, but is very gentle about it and careful not to hurt.
He is very outgoing and confident, and has no hesitation with introducing himself to cats and very calm dogs.
He has already decided that the whole house is his, and runs out of the kitchen to explore at every opportunity.
He is very good at problem solving and figuring things out.
He is very bonded with his brother, Warfield, and the two are often found curled up around each other for a solid nap or pouncing on each other in a kitten game.
Kingston can be a bit territorial about food, and will growl and tackle his brother if his brother happens to get too close to his dish, and will try to cover his dish with his whole body while acting defensive. His foster parents are working to treat this issue.
He is also super food motivated in general (he is in love with shrimp treats and will try to steal everyone's treats).
Kingston and Warfield would be fine with calm friendly dogs
Both boys are also interested in meeting other cats, and Kingston is super enamored with children, and people in general
They're very well socialized and secure.
The boys MUST be adopted together!!
*****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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