Arlo is just about the cutest kitten you’ll ever meet.
His fur is unbelievably soft and the way he struts around the house on his stocky little legs would melt even the coldest heart.
Arlo was found outside and it was clear that no one had shown him any love for a long time.
Arlo still scares at loud noises and will scatter if approached too quickly, but he’s getting better all the time.
He loves to hang out on the bed with his foster family and his absolute favourite thing is to chase toes under the blanket.
He’ll pounce with all four feet, leaping into the air (and sometimes right off the bed!).
He’s full of energy and a joy to watch.
However, Arlo is still learning how to play gently and petting him without it turning into a full blown wrestling match is still a challenge.
Arlo would do best in a house without small children and with someone who is patient and willing to work with this little buddy to teach him the proper boundaries.
While 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, Arlo would be fine with a young adult cat under the age of two.