I came to my temporary foster home with my two brothers, Yacko and Wacko. We were very scared, hissed a lot and weren't sure if we liked being handled, though we never tried to bite are scratch anyone. We were stilled scared when we went to our second foster home, but after a couple of days we were much better and started liking being petted and cuddled. I'm a little more timid than my brothers, and occasionally still hiss, but like to be cuddled, held like a baby and having my back and tummy scratched. We still aren't too sure of someone walking up to us and being picked up, but we are getting better every day.
We are very active, curious and love to wrestle with each other. We all went to visit the residents at the local nursing home and did very well, we never hissed and only squirmed a little, until we realized how much we liked all the attention we were getting. It will take a little time for us to adjust to a new home and will need to be confined to a small room until we get used to our new home and family. We will do best in a home with older children, over 4 years of age who understand when we need to be left alone and that we need time to adjust. We will probably do better with a furry sibling to play with and to teach us not to be scared.
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