Hi, my name is Ariel, I am a stunning black coat kitten.
My foster mom says that you can see black tabby striations in my coat which makes me very unique.
I am 10 weeks old and I currently living with my foster parents and my 5 siblings.
My siblings and I were found outside on the streets in Brampton, and were taken to a shelter.
Fortune smiles continues to grace me as Abbey Cats intervened, securing a caring foster mom to nurture my siblings and me.
I am a very playful kitten. I love play fighting with my brother Puck.
Our days are filled with wrestling matches, culminating in shared midday naps that I find utterly endearing.
I love having my ears scratched by my foster mom and though I am still a tiny little kitten that is getting use to human contact, I really love it when my foster mom pets my back and lets me sit on her lap.
My foster mom calls me her ‘bouncy little girl’. I think she calls me that because I bound around like a bunny in excitement as I play with my siblings.
I bounce around from the cat tree, then run and hide under the bed so that I can surprise attach my brother Puck.
I run around playing with all the toys, then wrestle with my brothers.
I am a very excited kitten with a lot of life and interest in everything around me. I am brave and not shy at all.
I need a scratching box and hiding places for me to take a nap in.
I love nice tall cat trees for me to climb and play on.
Currently, my foster mom lets me and my siblings occupy the entire upper level of their home, a very spacious realm.
We have cat trees and scratching boxes and so many hiding places for me to take a nap in.
I hope you can provide me with the same environment when you adopt me.
There are two adult cats in the house. I’m a big girl and I am not afraid of the older cats. The older cats just sit and watch us play all day.
I have no problem with them, I just wish they would play with me, but I think they are just old grumpy cats.
Also, my foster mom has four human step kids that come over every weekend, so I know I’m good with children as young as 9 years old.
I am a smart girl and I know how to use the litter box. I am eating both dry food and can/wet food.
My foster mom has been getting me and my siblings accustomed to the vacuum, so that we are not scared and we don’t hide away from it anymore.
I hope you consider adopting me into your family, where I bring with me not only vibrant spirits but also a penchant of joyous frolics and boundless charm.
I have to be adopted with my brother Puck, I love him so much and I need him by my side.
I hope together, we can create a haven adorned with love and companionship.
Ariel MUST be adopted with her brother Puck
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.
|Ariel & Puck