Courtney is one of Rosemary's babies, she was born in the care of Abbey Cats.
Courtney has grown up with her four siblings Dorian, Knox, Farrow and Mia) in a home with several adults, young children, two calm(ish) dogs, and two other cats.
Courtney is the smallest of her litter, born about half the size of her siblings, but is almost fully caught up to them now.
She is very calm, and would rather snuggle up with her foster family or sleeping siblings than jump into the chaotic play that some of the other kittens engage in.
She is not skittish, but can be cautious if there is an unexpected noise.
Compared to her siblings, she seems the most comfortable being separated from the group, and has been seeking closeness with her foster family since she was only 3-4 weeks old.
She is doing well with her litter training (as with all Rosemary's babies).
Courtney would prefer to be adopted to a family that has a (cat-safe) fireplace; she is a heat-seeking kitten-missile.
Courtney needs to be adopted with another kitten, but because of her high level of comfort separating from the group, she is the best candidate to be adopted with a kitten outside of her odd-numbered litter.
She is comfortable with the dogs and other cats, and affectionate towards the enthusiastic but gentle 6-year-old kid living in the home.
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.