Charlie was rescued along with 30 other cats from a shelter north of Toronto
Charlie was initially timid but his desire to play helped him come out of his shell quickly, as his curiosity tended to override his nervousness.
Once you gain his trust and he begins to feel comfortable, Charlie is very docile and sweet while retaining a certain degree of independence.
Charlie likes to be nearby to people and loves to receive pets but may not be a lap cat, although he is still very young and very active (still a baby).
Charlie would likely thrive in a calm environment without small children, as his playful and inquisitive personality shines most brightly when he is confident of his surroundings.
Charlie gets along well with his foster companion Asia and loves to cuddle up with her when they sleep.
Charlie is much more passive than Asia and often waits patiently while Asia devours the wet food.
Charlie would do well with a friend that shares his calm, passive demeanour .
In a home with an extremely assertive cat companion, Charlie may not fully develop the confidence to show off his playful personality.
Charlie is currently being fostered with Asia and seems to lover her company.
However, Asia is quite assertive and this often leads Charlie to observe from the sidelines to avoid competing for food or attention.
His foster mom tends to pick Asia up or put down two wet food bowls to ensure Charlie has a chance to eat without stress.
He is a very sweet boy and he and Asia complement each other right now. She leads and he is happy to follow.
Charlie must have the company of Asia or a kitten of similar age for company
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.
|Charlie and Asia|