Maritz is the biggest boy of the litter, and some would say the prettiest.
He is tabby on top and white on his underside, with a white zigzag on his back that made us think of Harry Potter.
It’s hard to believe that he is the same age as his litter mates, since he is twice the size of his little sister Nairne and is
even beginning to develop grown-up cat proportions.
If you like big cats, you won’t be disappointed—I’m curious just how big he is going to be when he grows up.
And he’s precocious in more ways than one: he was the first to walk, the first to eat solid food first, and the first to use the litterbox.
Like any kitten, Maritz enjoys rough and tumble play, but he is also more laid back and a little less active than his siblings.
He is brave and likes to meet new people.
Maritz's sister is Nairne
These kittens show no fear of humans, even strangers.
*****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.***