Clover is currently being fostered in a single family home (no kids) with her 5 siblings .
They were born in foster care after their mother, who was injured and had a bad respiratory infection, was rescued from living outside.
Clover was the first to curl up on her foster mom and is always ready to greet you at the door.
She is the smallest of her litter but don't let that fool you.
She is small but mighty and her small size makes her too adorable to resist.
She often looks up at you with her big eyes and will intently study her litter mates then jump in to the shenanigans.
She loves to wrestle with her siblings, play with the ball track and has a particular love for clinging to her foster mom's feet.
She is the last to stop playing before curling up.
Clover needs a family home with older kids and would love to be adopted with her brother Florian
Clover needs to be adopted with one of her litter mates.
She gets along well with all of them however is bonded to Florian
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.