I'm still adjusting to being indoors and can get a little scared when I hear loud noises or see sudden movements but I'm working on facing my fears. If my foster mom moves too fast and scares me into hiding under the couch, I come out right after like the brave kitten I am. One day, I will not run away at all. New faces are also scary, and it takes me time to get used to them, unless they have snacks. I love nomming on treats and will eat them out of a stranger's hand if they stay still. And to say thank you, I lick their fingers clean after the snacks have been nommed.
I taught myself how to use an enclosed litter box and drink from a water fountain by observing my two foster brothers. They are nice to have around but no match for my cuteness! My foster mom tells me every day that I am the prettiest with the cutest squeaky meows. It is a hard reputation to keep up so I make sure to meow and purr a lot at my foster mom every day and always groom to look my best.
After spending a few months adjusting with my foster family, I'm ready to find my furever home!