My name is Aubrey, but my foster parents call me Earl.
I was given a girl’s name when I first came into the shelter, I think it was a mistake. So, my foster mom has been calling me Earl instead.
I am a brown tabby, with strong pronounced stripes. I am 10 weeks old and I currently living with my foster parents and my 5 siblings.
Myself and my siblings were found outside on the streets in Brampton, and were taken to the Brampton Animal Services.
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 sister Aveley (also called Peddle).
Our days are filled with wrestling matches, culminating in shared midday naps that I find utterly endearing.
I love having my ears scratch by you 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 ‘big boy’. I am the biggest and strongest kitten out of all of my siblings.
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 with my sister Peddle. My foster mom calls me handsome. I agree with her.
Currently, my foster mom lets me and my siblings occupy the entire upper level of their home, a very specious 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 boy and I am not scared 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 step kids that come over every weekend. So, I know I’m good with kids as young as 9 years old.
I am a smart boy and I know how to use the litter box. I am eating both dry food and can/wet food.
And my foster mom and 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 sister Aveley, I love her so much and I need her by my side. I hope together, we can create a haven adorned with love and companionship.
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.