Vanilla came to Abbey Cats with her mom and 5 sisters when she was only around 5 weeks old.
They'd been turned into a shelter as strays, and the shelter did not have room for this adorable family of little ladies.
Since day 1, Vanilla was the most confident of all the kittens!
She marched out of her carrier immediately, checking out the surroundings and looking for fun toys to play with.
She is like a little shadow to her foster parents, following them around the house and meowing quietly for attention or food.
She is a healthy eater and adores both play time and cuddle time.
Vanilla also is affectionately named "Trouble" in her foster home, because she likes to get her little paws on anything she can!
A door to a room she isn't supposed to visit makes for the most fascinating door to her, she likes to pounce on her littermates while they're napping, and she is always up to something. When she does settle, she purrs up a storm during cuddle time.
Vanilla also has a really striking appearance, with much of her body having brown tabby and white colouring, surrounded by an orange halo including orange stripey back legs.
She also has a really neat almost tiger pattern on her front legs with little white booties.
Vanilla would do well in a home that is a busy spot with lots of play time and attention, potentially one with children.
Vanilla would really like to be adopted with one her littermates, but especially loves Valley.
Her other littermates are Vanity, Venus, Vienna and Violet.
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.
|Vanilla and Valley|