He is always happy to greet you at the door, but is a little timid around new people at first. Not to worry, he gets over that very quickly as he darts across the room to play with his toys or rub on you for pets and snuggles. He loves to run, climb his cat tree, play with strings (his favorite toy!), and play with his best kitty bud Squeak and the other animals in the house (including our in-your-face but sweet border collie)! He would do well in any household, as a single pet who gets all the attention or in a home with children or other pets to play with.
Pip is one of a kind!
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