Sylar came to the sanctuary at the beginning of March after having been trapped in East Richmond as an unneutered male.
So far, this is what we usually see of him:
He’s still pretty angry about his surroundings and humans in general, so any entry into his cage causes him to hiss and spit with gusto from the safety of his crate on the shelf of the cage.
He feels a bit less threatened if viewed from the cage next door, where he’s not so worried that we might try to get at him.
It’ll probably take him a while before he can believe we might potentially be trusted. For now, it would be nice to see him even just a little more relaxed and less in a hates-the-world frame of mind.