Blanco is Majka’s other son, Majmun’s brother and, by far, the most resistant to the charms if domesticity. He’s been with his mom his entire life, so, his story followed hers up until they came indoors. However, long after the rest of his family were lounging in fluffy, comfortable places, purring loudly, being caressed by humans, Blanco was wide-eyed in the corner (if not hiding completely), absolutely terrified of people. When he and Majka were still in quarantine, he would allow himself to be touched to get his medications - but, while he never struggled, he obviously hated it and, once he had the freedom to roam the larger area, he hid most of the time. Luckily, he got along well with all of the other cats, loved food and used the litter box - he wasn’t particularly unhappy - he just strongly disliked us. So, we ignored him but, made sure he saw how much everyone else liked us. He’s loves playing with toys and eating and we used those opportunities to pique his curiosity and observe the other cats - especially Majka and Majmun - enjoying those things with us involved. Slowly, slowly, he started to warm up and, after a couple of months, he started to relax around us. He still doesn’t like sudden moves and he will probably always be more of a shy kind of animal but, lots of quiet patience has drastically increased his confidence. We’re allowed to pet him now and he’ll even come to us on his own and curl up in a lap for a snooze. Even though he was not immediately a “people cat”, he’s a very nice boy and he’s becoming lovely company now that he’s starting to understand that were part of his family. He just needed more time than the others to feel safe.