Thea was rescued from a hoarder where she spent her days locked in a cage in a shed.
Since rescue she has blossomed into a sweet little girl. Once she knows you she likes to come and get cuddles and gives lots of loving headbutts.
She does frighten easily and will run for cover when she hears an unfamiliar sound.
She will quickly recover from this and be back out for more attention.
She loves being with other kitties. You can often find her snuggled up with one. They give her great comfort.
Thea and Zachary are bonded; they absolutely love each other!!!!
They love cuddling and cleaning each other and if they aren't greeting their foster mother at the door when she walks in, she can certainly find them cuddled on the bed in a pretzel-like position.
They are good with dogs, (we're unsure about children though) but Thea loves kittens. Zachary does not mind other cats, but he's not too fond of other kittens
Zachary loves giving kisses to his humans and Thea is timid around other people/new faces.
If someone other than her foster mother is in her bedroom Thea will hide under the bed.
These two LOVE to chase their foster mother in the morning and hunt her down for treats.
Thea is the Cookie Monster (as she is a tad chubby) and Zachary follows her lead. Thea will stare at her foster mother and give a soft meow and squint until she gets her treat!!
From the time her foster mother's feet hit the floor, Thea is there!
Zachary brings Thea out of her shell as it takes her a little longer to warm up to and trust people.
Zachary on the other hand is very loving and will quickly charm strangers... even pizza delivery men!!
They have opposite personalities but bring the best out in each other!!
Thea and Zachary are very fond of each other and would like to be adopted together.
Please fill out an adoption application http://abbeycats.org/adoption-application.html or call 416 284 2140 if you can give Thea a home today!
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