Stratford came into our care with his siblings and mother through a shelter north of Toronto.
He is a confident, energetic, playful kitten who loves his brother Arden, and all his doting foster humans.
He is fully litter trained and has good kitty hygiene.
Stratford is very curious and brave, always the first of his siblings to try anything.
He likes playing with toy mice. A lot.
He doesn't know that they are toys yet, and treats them like real kills.
He is very social with humans and will always snuggle up with people, often climbing up on their shoulders or curling up in their hoods.
Stratford is much longer and leaner than his siblings and will probably be on the bigger side as he grows.
His foster mom is convinced that he will be an A+ mouser when he matures because mice are his absolute passion.
Stratford has met the other litter of foster kittens and gets along great with all of them.
He has also met the very calm family dog and loved him, and the not-so-calm family puppy and tolerated her.
He needs to be adopted with another kitten, preferably his brother, Arden.
He loves and is loved by the calm but enthusiastic 5 year old in the home, and would do well in a calm or busy home.
He is not spooked easily, and loves getting into small spaces (so kitty proofing is a must!).
If you are interested in moving a couple sweet little fraternity (caternity?) bros into your home, these are the perfect dudes for you.
Stratford NEEDS to be adopted with his brother Arden
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. Any kittens over 6 months may need the company of another young cat.
|Stratford and siblings|
Stratford and Arden are great office assistants! They spend all day with their foster mom while she works.