Pierce is a young male kitten who, along with his brother Carson and mother Mildred, found himself in need of a new home due to changes in his family's circumstances.
He was surrendered at 3 weeks old and is reportedly a Bombay Cross, although he has long fur.
Like most kittens, Pierce is full of energy.
He enjoys exploring his surroundings, especially if it involves climbing or investigating hidden corners.
When he's not busy tackling his brother, Pierce loves to play with all types of toys, including feather, spring, and ball toys.
He's also quite fond of snuggling with his brother Carson and likes to stretch out while he's sleeping.
Pierce loves food and squeeze treats.
Pierce also enjoys sitting on the laptop, especially while it's in use.
He has become accustomed to some loud noises like the coffee maker and blender but, along with the rest of his family, is afraid of the vacuum.
His foster family is working on that by providing treats during vacuuming which seems to be helping.
Pierce enjoys playing with the 7-year old girl who is fostering him as well as her friends.
Overall, Pierce is a playful and energetic kitten who is sure to bring joy to any home lucky enough to adopt him.
Pierce needs another kitten to play with.
He also needs to be provided with a safe place to climb and lots of interactive playtime he needs.
Pierce would be happy to be adopted into a family with children.
We think it would be ideal for Pierce and Carson to be adopted together.
Pierce and Carson MUST be adopted together or have a kitten under 12 weeks of age at home.
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.