Although Kip and his siblings Georgia and Rue were found outside, they are quickly warming up to the comforts of a home.
It only took a day until they were meowing for love and attention.
Georgia is the most adventurous of her siblings, climbing anything she can.
She gets along well with Rue, who is much more aloof but enjoys a fun wrestle with her sister.
That being said, Rue demands attention in the form of cuddles. She prefers women over men.
Kip, the smallest of the trio, tends to gravitate towards humans more than his sisters.
They are currently in a foster home with an older, grumpier cat who they quite like (although she does not return the sentiment) so they should be fine in a home with other animals.
All three are comfortable being picked up, brushed and just being handled in general.
Kip and his siblings would do best in a home without young children.
****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.*****