Pocus came to Abbey Cats with her mother and two siblings from a shelter near Lake Simcoe.
Pocus has incredibly soft and sleek fur with very unique face markings.
Living with other cats brought her out of her shell and she has become a very affectionate and affection-seeking cuddle bug.
It may take her some time to warm up to you, but with love and consistent effort, she'll fall for you in no time.
She is currently in a home with four women and has not interacted with children.
Pocus loves to greet you when you get home and will rub on your legs and fall to the floor purring with a single touch.
She loves to be in the same area as her foster moms, following them around, laying on the dining room chairs at mealtime or jumping into the bathroom sink when you're getting ready for the day.
Pocus loves wand toys and springs and has a blast chasing after them. She is a real adventure cat who loves to explore new areas like the cat tree and closets.
Once she has finished playing, she turns into a sleepy cuddle bug who purrs at the slightest touch.
Sometimes Pocus can be found cuddled up under some blankets or in a little nook but often times, she likes to curl up against foster mom's legs in the morning and at night.
Pocus would do best in a quiet house where there is another kitten or young cat who is playful and wants to interact with her. We believe a dog might be too much for Pocus.
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.