His mother had an infection before he was born, so he has some nerve damage, which only means his balance is not the best and he tends to crash into things and fall over more often than a klutzy human might do. Most people find it embarrassingly cute when they meet him. But it does mean he needs his claws for balance.
He’s not at all shy and will pretty much jump into any situation. He’s only about 9 months old. Give him lots of hugs and loving attention and Oliver Toast will be your best friend for life!
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