Eli's brother is Lucio and they would very much like to be adopted together
Eli is a loving purr machine, loves to be in company of his foster moms and likes to stay in their laps
He does prefer not being petted a lot when he's trying to sleep.
Eli's still skittish and pays attention to every sound with suspicion.
He's definitely not good with cats other than his brother Lucio and he doesn't like new people... he'll hide and not want to come out, not even to eat.
Eli has learned how to sit when told to get food and treats.
He loves to look at you and tilts his head as if he's trying to figure out something, it's really cute.
He likes to wrestle with Lucio and play chase, he has lots of fun by himself as well chasing his tail and his shadows on the wall.
He loves to play catch with balls and the laser point.
Eli loves to sleep in the bed with his foster mom and watch tv.
He's really a great and loving cat.
While 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, Eli would be fine with a young adult cat under the age of two.