Webber is looking for a home to continue to blossom in! Webber is a shy kitty and has been that way since the day we met him at the age of two months—but he’s made lots of progress towards coming out of his shell. With time and love from a dedicated foster caregiver, Webber has started to let us know that he has a sweet side under his nervous exterior! Once he’s decided that the people and places around him are okay—which may take several weeks or more—Webber shows how playful he can be. His foster caregiver notes that he’s “non-stop with wand toys” but also enjoys spring toys and plastic balls that go in circles. When he isn’t playing, Webber can usually be found taking cat naps on his cat tree, eating lots of snacks, getting gentle chin scratches from his human companions or loving on or playing with his feline foster brothers—who have gone to great lengths to help him become a more confident kitty!
Because Webber is a sensitive soul, he would do best in a quiet, adults-only home with a patient adopter who’s excited to help him continue to come out of his shell and understands that he’ll probably always be a little shy. The feline friends in his foster home have been instrumental in helping Webber feel more comfortable, so he must go to a home with another cat. According to his foster “patience is key with Webber,” so if you understand that this guy is worth the wait please fill out our Cat Adoption Survey!