While Bronson may not have been social in his past life, at his new home, he enjoys hanging out his two cat siblings. His companions have, in turn, encouraged Bronson to explore the house and play with the toys littered about each room.
And his owners couldn’t be more happy to see the once-shy cat come out of his shell.
“When we first brought him home, he kind of did his own thing throughout the day and stayed in our bedroom,” Wilson said. “Nowadays, he is waiting for us by the door with our other cats when we get home, he runs out to the kitchen if he hears a ruckus of cans opening and hangs out with the other cats in the living room in the daytime. He is actually a really social kitty.”