Curtis is an awesome, outgoing kitty who loves dogs. He gets along with high energy kitties, but could be happy as an only cat in a home with a dog that loved cats! This young adult kitty loves to head butt his foster mom while she is watching TV, just to let her know that he cares. He also loves to play with his feather toy, and to chase the laser light! He is a bit chatty, but not excessively so, so he won't be keeping
you up all night asking for tuna sandwiches. Curtis is a pretty easy going kitty who would love to be in a home with a cat friendly dog. He is has a condition called zymblepheron, which means that there is a film attached to part of his eyes, which you can see in some of his pictures. This does not affect his vision, nor does it need any particular day to day care.
If you are interested in learning more about Curtis or in adopting him, please click here to email his foster parent.
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