2 years, Female, Small
Caspian and her friend Aravis were trapped with their kittens from someone’s backyard. The two mommies were co-parenting the kittens together, each seen nursing, grooming, and acting as a safe place for the kittens when they get nervous. We don’t know who’s kittens are who’s, the babies seem to love and need both moms without preference.
Update Jan 2023: Caspian has found her voice! And they are teeny mews! She loves sitting with her foster to get all the pets, and does expect them as often as possible now! Caspian greets her foster when she gets home from work, or the grocery store, or getting the mail; any time away from pets is too long and Caspian lets her foster know she's happy she's returned!
Caspian may be better for someone who is a deep sleeper as she currently gets her zoomies out at night; running a full circuit over all the sofas and beds before she's ready to sleep! She may do better in an adult, or older child home as she does have a history of nervousness from her life on the streets before we trapped her. She also started with us in a group foster home with other playful boy cats which she didn't seem to enjoy. She is currently the only cat in her foster home and has really come out of her shell with the patience and respect her foster has given her these last few months. Her new home will need to be accepting of any regression into shyness, and allow Caspian to build her confidence and trust again.
November 2022: Caspian is a shy but sweet girl. She isn’t comfortable with humans yet but she doesn’t lash out either. We are excited for her to head from her group foster home with boisterous playful cat foster brothers into a new foster where she will be a solo cat. We hope this gives her the space to feel safe.