Christopher is a very shy boy who is secretly longing for attention. His resuce and vet visits made him nervous and and so he hides under the couch at the Brooklyn Cat Cafe. But when the crowds are gone, he sneaks out hoping to cuddle up next to a warm person that he knows, purring and purring and purring.
Christopher started life one year ago as an orphan with his siblings Connor and Chloe. They all were suffering from a terrible eye infection which left each cat with only one good eye. Christopher has scarring in his bad eye but it is no distraction from adventures with feathers and treats, and it requires no extra care on the part of the lucky person who takes him home.
Christopher likes to have a feline companion and should live with another cat. He is spayed, vaccinated and FIV/FeLV negative.
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