Why you should adopt me:
1. My excellent eyesight helps me find prey during the day.
I am silent, camouflaged in my surroundings.
Suddenly, I will make a lightning dash at my prey . . . Oh on!
Foster mom is giving me cuddles! Leave me alone I'm a CHEETAH not a "kitten"!
Oh, okay, fine. Just one cuddle . . . . Wait! When I said "one" cuddle, I meant one really long cuddle.
2. Okay, I get that I'm not as brave or outgoing as my brothers & sister - SOMEONE needs to be the sensible one!
- But I'm loads of fun once you get to know me!
Rules are to protect us, so when foster mom says we can LEAVE THE HALLWAY, I just have to make sure safety is checked and protocols are followed.
After that, I'm ready for fun.
You can think of me like a tuxedo t-shirt: I want to be formal, but I'm also here to party.
3. When I first arrived, I liked my foster family okay, but everything was so crazy and new and there must have been some error with safety manual shipments since I didn't couldn't check to make sure my surroundings were up-to-snuff.
But, foster mom gave me lots of time to come out of my shell and I really appreciated that.
Then, I was introduced me to something called "treats."
Have you heard of this? It's mind blowing and now I love my foster family so much more.
4. Foster mom she says she really wants to call me "William" like William the Conqueror . . . because I conquered her heart.
I think I like my furry cat siblings - the dog is tolerable - and I'm even really liking my human foster sister!
She gives great chin scratches.
Looks like I've already conquered this family!
Copper would be great in any home, but will need to be adopted with one of his littermates Sterling or Silver as their personalities really balance each other.
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.
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