Angus is fearless, adventurous, and athletic.
He’ll catch a toy mid-air. And he’s lightning fast so you may have to up your own game-of-chase skills if you’re going to keep up with him.
And he’s strong for a kitten!
He’ll wrestle for the toy on the end of that string and you’re not guaranteed to win!
All kittens are curious but Angus is curious without fear.
But he’s a smart kitten and he’s got a sense of what is and is not safe.
He’s come nose-to-nose with a very large dog — so you know he’s brave — but he was clearly cautious, giving the dog plenty of space, so you know he’s got some smarts.
Angus just has a great attitude, all around.
He gets along great with his litter mates so he would likely easily fit into a household with cats of a similar age.
He would probably learn to live with a cat-friendly dog.
But Angus is also a people-person a lot of the time.
He wants to know what you’re up to and he enjoys spending time with people.
He’s not exactly a lap-cat but he will accept all the love and pets you have to offer and he really thrives on regular human check-ins.
You know, when he’s not busy chasing his tail or his litter mates or invisible things or the feathers on the end of the string or … well, anything.
If you want a kitten with unlimited potential, overflowing with personality, Angus is it. Full stop.
Angus currently lives with an adult couple and their 9-year old Doberman/Lab mix.
Angus gets along so well with his litter mates, they currently all spend a lot of time together and as such he would need to be adopted into a home with a kitten of similar age
Angus often sleeps alone and spends the most time with humans, away from the other 2 cats, but when it comes to playtime he loves his brothers.
He needs a kitten of similar age for company.
There are other kittens in the Abbey Cat program who would fit that bill.
Angus is now being fostered with Glen Fiddich and would like to be adopted with him.
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.
Any kittens over 6 months may need the company of another young cat.