Oreo is incredibly curious, but incredibly skeptical about the whole 'human' thing. He LOVES his cat brothers and sister, loves to chase and play with them, but he's not so keen on playing with humans. Laser pointers, yes, human fingers, no. Maybe a back rub every now and again when he's bribed with a cat treat or sleeping on the cat tree. He isn't aggressive towards humans, just simply a bit fearful for the time being. He sits and watches, especially if his Cat Love foster parents are opening the fridge! He has the squeakiest little meow-scream when he thinks it's food time, and he has rubbed against his foster humans leg about twice when he was preparing plates of wet food.
He's a sweet boy to the cats in the house, grooming, head butting, and body rubbing against any cat that'll let him. His human fosters eldest cat doesn't like the attention and routinely has swatted at him to get space, but Oreo still tries to love on him with headbutts. He's a good boy, he just prefers furry companions! He would make an excellent friend for an adult/senior cat who's lost its companion, or to keep a solo cat active, because he does a darn fine job of keeping the pounds off his brothers and sister by chasing them around the house!
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