Hi everyone I'm Dray and I was found with my siblings in a home in need of help. My siblings have all found their families but see I was the shy guy out of the group and needed a little bit of love, patience and living with my foster family to teach me that the world isn't all that bad and great things can come from being able to get non-stop loving from my humans!
At first I'll admit the change was a lot and it stressed me out! My foster family gave me time to just hide under the furniture with checking on me a couple times a day. My foster mom made sure I was coming out to eat, drink and go potty. After a couple of days, I gathered my foster family wasn't out to want to love on me so I made the leap and chose a chair to just curl up and watch the daily house activities. Then after a week or so Mom told me it was time for some therapy and sat quietly on the floor in front of me with her hand out and after a few minutes I thought why not give it a shot and decided letting her pet me wasn't all that bad!
Well that opened up the whole wonderful world of human loves, cuddles and head bumps for me and I've been an active social member of my foster home since! I still don't like to be held or picked up, you know us cats have our priorities and mine is to love you at my pace! Now see we also have other kittens here in my foster home and that has really helped me a LOT in knowing to trust my surroundings and they also helped me explore the house in the cloak of night and get used to the layout!
I'd really love if a another friendly cat was in my forever home! My foster brother, Cash, and I will do the kitten 500 every morning and night!! We also have those big slobbery beasts Mom calls "dogs" here and I have to admit they scare the begeezuzs' out of me! The first few times one of them came into my space I let it be known I wanted no part of their presence. But since I've learned a few of them are more on the calm side and could care less- I own my chair and all its surrounding space, so if I had to have a calm, understanding, don't chase the cat kind of dog in my forever home I guess that'd be ok too!
We do have children in our home, but they're older, and to be honest they're just the right age for me, they understand I don't want to be held, that loving from the kitty will come in my own time and they just don't pester me! In fact, my favorite human here is my boy, he's 9 and he just lets me curl up in a sun ray on his bed each day and talks to me while he's playing Legos in the room! I am completely litter trained. I really hope I can find my patient, loving, forever home soon! Please let rescue know if you'd like to talk to my foster mom and she can tell you more about me!
Kitty Head Bumps-Dray
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