Braydon and his siblings Brea, Brooklyn and Brant came to Abbey Cats after they were dropped off at the animal shelter North of the city
They have received lots of attention from their very enthusiastic foster care providers made up of three adults and one 5-year-old.
They have not met the family dogs yet, this information will be updated when they do.
We anticipate that Braydon's shy and cautious personality will probably impede his relationship with the family dogs.
Braydon is the most fearful of the sibling group, initially this fear presented through hissing and aggressive scratching when humans tried to pet him or pick him up.
After a mani/pedi, and some towel burrito snuggles, Braydon is slowly starting to warm up to humans.
He still will not approach humans for affection, but has begun licking wet food off of his foster mom's finger and isn't showing a startle response when humans move.
He is still quite nervous about loud noises and has not yet begun purring.
He seems to really like snuggling in foster mom's hoodie, and often falls asleep like this while she does her work meetings.
Braydon is using the litter box consistently.
We are still learning about Braydon, but think its important that he is adopted to a family that understands he will need to get comfortable at his own pace.
He is a beautiful, tiny, sweetheart, and although we are in the early days, we think it is safe to say he will do better in a quite home.
He is warming up to the child who spends every waking minute with the kittens, but she is very calm and steady with him.
He could do well with calm children who are not going to startle or alarm him.
He hasn't met the dogs yet, but we don't anticipate that being an easy sell for him.
Braydon seems bonded to all his siblings, but somewhat closer to Brandt than the others.
Braydon needs to be adopted with a sibling
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.