I was named after a certain charming CNN presenter, based on his resemblance to my impressive white coat and dazzling blue eyes (aka Mr. Cooper).
I came to my foster home a little stressed, but I’m loving life now (though I may be a bit shy at the beginning). I have a healthy appetite and do enjoy meals and snacks. My favourite thing in the world is to play. I’ve recently discovered my passion for chasing a ribbon, and will welcome the opportunity to play and run around with you. I also like my fluffy mouse that I sometimes carry around. After a good play session and a yummy meal, I will gladly sit by your side, or if I find enough room, on your lap and welcome a petting session, and possibly a snooze. I’m a purring machine. I love to nap my early afternoons away, so a little cozy space for ‘alone time’ would be great. I’m learning what it’s like to live in a home and find the washing machine, dishwasher and computer to be curious, but still suspicious dwellers.
By the way, I also love to play fetch! Over and over and over again!
I know I’m still quite shy and need to learn trust, but I’m a sweet and friendly kitty that loves to be close to my person/s and show how I feel. Please take a chance on a shy guy like me, so I can blossom with your love and patience.
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