Now I can proudly say that I am learning. Learning to live in a house, learning to explore and be brave, learning to enjoy attention. I am still a shy boy, but I am getting there. I am letting my foster mom pet me and I'm starting to trust more. It's still scary when she picks me up, but with time and patience I will learn. I am very outgoing and sweet to all my kitty friends. I like to greet all of them with a head bonk or two. I also like to strut around the house purring, I purr when I eat. I love food! Treats are the best!
Like my brother Charleston, I love to play. We get into mischief sometimes, but it's all in good fun! I am also very curious and like to watch people closely. Even though things can be scary sometimes, I am fascinated by them. Do you think you could find room in your heart and home for a shy guy like me? Take me home and we can learn together.
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