Hello my name is Cheeka, but my foster brothers call Anakin. I was born in April 2017, and right now I'm a very shy boy. My foster home is loud with 4 kids, so I'm getting used to them and getting more social. I think I'd be happiest in a home with no dogs and no young kids. My human foster brother are 9 and 10 and I let them pet me as long as they don't pick me up. The 5 year old twins that I live with scare me, so I mostly hide from them. I like to play with cat toys and my other kitten foster brother Falcon (aka Hishta). I'm trying to get used to the other kittens in my house but they're still a little scary. My foster mommy says I've made great progress and knows I'll be playing with them soon too.
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