Oswald was found roaming the busy streets of Toronto and found by an Abbey Cats adopter. Oswald has a cute little face with big Abyssinian ears. He is a very calm, well-behaved kitten. His main purpose in life at the moment is to play with anything that moves. He came into his foster home that already had a playful older cat, and they got along famously with lots of chasing and wrestling. Oswald had no problems adjusting to his new home, feeling comfortable right from the start. Since then, he has been joined by a slightly younger and smaller kitten Benjamin. As soon as Benjamin settled into his new home, Oswald and Benjamin have become best friends.
Oswald loves to be petted when he's relaxed. Belly rubs, chin scratches, and lots of kisses. However, he's not really a fan of being picked up and held for very long. Even so, he's a very loving and loyal little kitty. He loves chasing and wrestling with his foster brother Benjamin. His favorite toys are balls and springs... And of course feather wands.
Oswald needs to be adopted with another kitten of similar age, or with a playful young cat. It would be ideal if he could be adopted along with Benjamin, as they have become good friends. He would do well with older children, as he can get a bit rough when playing as he has a tendency to fully immerse himself in the play.
Oswald needs to be adopted together with his friend Benjamin.
Please bear in mind that it is against Abbey Cats' policy to adopt a single kitten under the age of 6 months to a home without a kitten of similar age for company.