Look at that sweet face & those sad eyes! Coop (born in November 2012) is actually a happy fellow.
He loves to play chase with the other kitties running thru the house with glee. His favorite toys are the Star Chaser and the Undercover Mouse - he seems to love toys that go around & around. Coop is also fascinated by TV & likes to sit on the arm of the sofa watching it (does not seem to have a show that he favors). He also loves to watch the moths flying against the window at night. He meows at them but I am not sure what he is saying.
As you can see, Coop is a handsome Turkish Van mix. His fur is short & sleek - very soft. His eyes are a stunning light blue green.
Coop was rescued from a home with too many animals. He has been around dogs.
He is a sweet, low-key kitty looking for a loving family with another cat that will play with him.
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