Hope takes a little time to sniff you out before making sure you’re worthy of hearing her deep purr and petting the softest fur in the world.
But once you’ve won her over with a few treats and some gentle attention, look out.
She’ll give you all kinds of affection, including snuggles at bedtime and loving looks with her big round eyes.
Hope loves the sound of crinkly toys and can get really into a game of laser pointer.
She is agile and energetic at playtime. She loves to curl up for a good nap after exertion.
Hope has been living in a studio apartment foster home with one adult and her best bud kitten Henry.
Hope and Henry love to wrestle each other at playtime, and chase each other around the apartment.
Hope often takes Henry to the spa, with long licking sessions to get him squeaky clean.
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.
They are both very interested in sinks and curious about people food, and need to be distracted so they do not try to jump up on the counter while their foster mom is cooking.
Hope and Henry 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, Hope needs some privacy before warming up and feeling comfortable. But she can be won over with treats and gentle energy.
Because Hope and Henry are very confident kittens they should be fine with a respectful and well introduced dog.
Hope NEEDS to be adopted with brother Henry
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.