He’s an introvert. Most kittens bounce off the walls, zooming around like there’s no tomorrow. Not so with Pineapple. He’s a sensitive soul. If he were a human, he’d cry at Hallmark commercials. Though he can really get moving when interactively playing (like with a wand toy), sudden movements or loud sounds make him run for cover and maybe even utter a little (completely unintimidating) hiss. However, let him give you a little sniff, scratch him in just the right place, and he’s all purrs.
Timothy, another adoptable kitten, joined his foster family to help show Pineapple the ropes on how to play, as well as that people are fun and offer yummy food. So far, Pineapple is soaking in Timothy’s lessons. The pair now wrestle one moment and groom the next. Pineapple seems to be unable to resist a moving tail, which prompts a wiggly butt and pounce. With his foster brother, Pineapple is now a lot more relaxed and even occasionally approaches his foster mom for attention.
Pineapple should thrive in a quiet home that offers patience and love.
Fun fact: Pineapple likes to play with his food. You know, sometimes a kibble tastes better when it skitters across the floor and has to be “caught” before being devoured.