Camilo is a bit small for his age - at 6 months he was the same size as the 4 month olds. But he doesn't mind. And he's a tad cross eyed, which combined with his small size really just makes him totally adorable. So Camilo is an adorable, tiny, cross eyed tabby. On top of that, he's also very sweet and loves to snuggle. He loves to snuggle other kittens, he loves to snuggle people, and if there's a soft pillow or blanket about he'll happily snuggle that too. When not snuggling Camilo enjoys other typical kitten activities - pouncing on toys, pouncing on other kittens, pouncing on dust motes that go unnoticed by all except silly kittens... Camilo would love a home that provides both pouncing and snuggling opportunities.
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