Tabby came to us as a kitten, back in 2006, straying around our house. As nobody laid claim to him, Steven took him in as his own.
Tabby loves to be cuddled – a lot! His soft round form just asks to be picked up and held. Because of his diminutive size, Tabby might be suffering from a form of Dwarfism, so we keep a watch on his weight.
He loves to be outside in his own habitat. Although it can be difficult to find him outside, he is usually not very far away hiding somewhere under a bush. Steven finds him often resting on a stone near the little stream that goes through our garden.
When cuddling Tabby you have to be a little aware of over-stimulation. When Tabby gets over stimulated, he could suddenly nibble on your finger, asking for more or less.
Just like Tiger, Tabby seems to have some spraying habits due to stress with other cats in the neighbourhood. He is therefore also outside during night-hours and when we are gone for a bit.