The kittens were born March 18, 2019 and are all polydactyl (having extra digits on their paws)
These kittens are on a veterinary paediatric vet food and any adopter will have to continue with that food for at least 2 or three months.
Adopters will need to be home and available for regular feedings every 3 or 4 hours, at least for the next 3 or 4 weeks as the kittens still have some plumping up to do.
Syn (female black/grey tabby with white) is a true lady. She is always meticulously clean, wipes her feet after using the litter and waits her turn patiently at feeding times. She is the largest of the litter by far but doesn’t play rough. Her favourite move is bopping her opponent with her big “mitten” hands- she is a polydactyl with 7 toes on each front foot! She is not a rough-and-tumble sort but loves to play hard nonetheless. She is very independent and often will spend extra time grooming and beautifying after eating while the other kittens play. She is not shy of humans by any means and loves to be held for a snuggle (she will ask to be picked up).
Syn is now being fostered with Sofia.
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.
***We regret that due to a high volume of calls, we are unable reply to those applicants who ask for only one kitten and have no kittens at home.***