As often happens, Freemont turned up as a stray on a Camp Companion foster's back porch. He was a little thin, a little scraggly, and a little wary. Once he settled into his foster home and realized he was always going to be safe, warm and well fed, he learned to enjoy the comfort of a soft couch and the loving of his foster mom.
He spent much of his time sleeping or grooming himself in the beginning. He's a goofy boy, with a bow-legged walk. He loves toys. He's not much for being picked up and held yet, but he loves a good rubdown from head to tail. He's good with other cats. Not sure about dogs. He does play a bit rough with hands, so probably would be best with no small children.
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