Aiman (face visible) is playful and adventurous. He loves sprawling on the sofa and being tickled behind the ears and under the chin. He might have a slight kidney problem, but I'm not sure due to the lack of veterinary records. He is quiet but affectionate and friendly. Once he gets familiar with you, he'll greet you by saying hello to your shins and ankles! Anti-Social's picture, with his face turned away from the phone, says it all. (And our brother certainly had a sense of humour in naming him!) He's shy and reclusive, and must have had a tough experience as a stray. But don't be fooled! He is also loving and gentle in his own way. He spooks easily with strangers, but once he trusts you, he allows you to share his space. But he needs to trust you A LOT before he lets you stroke him. Rest assured, however, that he is also as loyal and affectionate as his adopted brother Aiman once you get to know him well. We would be happy for them to be adopted together or separately, as long as we know they will be taken care of well.