Dickens and Maynard are bigger than their other two siblings and have the energy to match!
Since Maynard is the only one who can keep up with Dickens, they've become best friends and MUST be adopted together.
Dickens is nearly solid grey except a couple white hairs at his throat. He has the soft plush bunny-like fur and handsome face of a Russian Blue.
Dickens came to Abbey Cats from up north along with 3 siblings. They fearlessly explored their new foster home, thrilled to be let loose in such a big space. They raced and played until midnight, then they threw themselves into the arms of their foster family and purred themselves to sleep.
Dickens and his siblings are all very affectionate kittens. They're all lap cats and love to be held. Each one purrs loudly at the first sign of attention from their foster family.
Dickens is the biggest of his siblings and likes to show off. He loves to catch his "prey" and walk around with it, bragging to his litter mates about his great catch.
Just like the rest, he loves his foster family. He takes frequent breaks from playing to hop up on his foster mom's desk and give her a good headbutt to let her know it's time to give him attention. He loves to climb onto her shoulders and wrap himself around her neck, purring loudly. He's starting to learn to speak to his humans, and conversationally lets them know when they should be scratching him instead of typing.
Dickens has tons of energy and MUST be adopted with his brother Maynard.
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.