Cameron, or Cam as we like to call him, is a sweet boy who is still learning to interact with humans. Although he has a cautious approach to the world around him, it’s obvious how much he wants to explore. He’s slowly coming out of his shell, and his foster parents are doing everything they can to support the growth of his confidence.
This beautiful cat adores playtime, especially with toys that he can “hunt.” In these moments, his curious personality outshines his cautious nature, and he challenges himself to be more comfortable with his surroundings. According to his foster parents, he isn’t aggressive, even when he’s overwhelmed - he’ll let you know that he needs a break from interaction by backing up or gentling pushing you away.
Every day Cam tries something new, and it’s wonderful to see him making progress. He responds well to gentle encouragement and respect, and we’d love to pair him with humans with a lot of patience and understanding. Let us know if you have a soft spot for this fluffy guy!
Cam is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, negative for FeLV/FIV, and $50 to adopt.
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