Tigg was surrendered when his owner could no longer care for him.
He's a very happy young cat; although he was understandably nervous when he arrived at a strange foster home with unknown cats.
It took him only a couple of days to venture out of his hiding place and join his new family.
He now chases, wrestles with, and touches noses with the other young cats.
He's very curious and follows his foster human around the house to see what she doing.
He is doing really well and is enjoying pats and skritches -- he'll be a cuddly lap cat before long.
Tigg will do well in any home where he has another playful cat to interact with.
He's young and adaptable and eager.
He does need cat companionship and must be adopted with a kitten of similar age (6 months to 3 years) or have another friendly and playful young cat 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.