When feline foster parent Ashley Kelley received word of a six-week-old kitten in need of help she was quick to accept the challenge. After all, she was already fostering four kittens of the same age, and this new baby would fit right in with her crew.
Ashley was right. The newcomer, who she named Mustang Bartholomew, integrated quickly with his new foster siblings. Significantly smaller than the others, but with a gargantuan personality, Bartholomew thrived, nevertheless, learning cat behavior from his new siblings.
Besides his diminutive stature, Bartholomew differentiated himself from the others with his intense love of physical contact of all kinds – with his siblings and with humans. He loved to cuddle up in a big pile of fluff with his siblings and took advantage of every lap that became available.
When the group of five kittens moved to a new foster home, Bartholomew quickly became a standout among them because he is such a snuggle-monster, running to greet anyone who comes into his space. His new foster mom enjoys his entertaining antics, including his habit of growling at his food and toys, but most of all, his need to be cuddle-close. What more could anyone want from a cute kitten?