Henry’s motto is “play hard, cuddle harder”.
He loves chasing toys, scratching his post and wrestling with his buddy Hope.
But when it’s rest time, whether that’s during the day or through the night, he nuzzles himself right into his human companion.
We’re talking full lengthwise reclining against your body (leg, arm, side) for maximum kitty-to-human contact, and sweet purring.
Henry would love to know what you’re eating at all times, and so human mealtime often involves one hand on the fork and the other on a laser pointer to keep him distracted.
He can run and jump with the best of them and is quickly learning how far his long back legs can take him.
He is very curious about kitchen sinks and bathtubs, and needs to be encouraged to stay out of both.
Henry has been living in a studio apartment foster home with one adult and his best bud Hope.
They love to wrestle and clean each other.
If you tucker them out with play before bedtime, they both sleep through the night (often in the bed).
They’re both very excited about food and need to be shown that there’s no need to compete with each other for meals or treats.
Henry and Hope have been hanging out in a very small, quiet apartment space with no children and no other pets so their foster mom is not sure how they would fare with other furry or small creatures.
They are not aggressive or skittish, however, so no big concerns.
When new people enter the house, Henry can be won over very easily with a couple treats.
Both Henry and Hope are very confident kittens so should be fine with a respectful and well introduced dog.
Henry MUST be adopted with his sister Hope.
Henry has a neuter appointment booked for September 27, 2021
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.