THE ADVENTURES OF CHRISTOPHER
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Wednesday, July 20, 2022
Meow, purr, that is "Hi, nice to meet you" in cat language. My name is Christopher and I'm a Domestic Medium Hair. I'm an adult male with gray, silver and white fur with a touch of red highlights here and there. I'm house-trained, my vaccinations are up to date, and I'm neutered. I'm handsome and sophisticated, and if you look into my beautiful eyes, you will not only see that they are yellow, but you will fall in love with me. Yes, I know that sound conceited, but I AM a cat! I would love to sit perched in your lap and be petted while surviving my domain! I hope to meet you soon and maybe find my furever kingdom! One key thing to know about me is that I love petting but prefer to be petted on my terms.
Now that the introduction is out of the way, let me tell you about my day. I woke up as usual, expecting to just hang out with my cat pals at Collierville Animal Shelter. On a side note, the people that work and volunteer here are some of the best around! They take very good care of us and that is important to all of us! Anymews, I was going about my business when all of a sudden, I watched as my litter box, food & water bowls, and a few of my toys as they were taken out of the room that I stay in. Of course you know that this made me curious!
Then the next thing I know, one of the humans came and put me in a carrier. I tried to ask them what was going on, but I guess humans haven't fully learned cat language yet. More practice needed is really all I can say. My human friend's at the shelter handed my carrier to two female humans. I have meet theses humans before, they came to the shelter to take what they call "pictures" of all the animals. Of course, I was wonderful at being a cat. The "camera" as they call it LOVED ME! These two told me that I was going to hang out with them for the day at a place called Midnight Star. So, they put me in the car and off we went. I tried my best to talk to them and ask questions, but once again, more practice is needed for them to fully understand my native language.
After we arrived at what I'm going to call my second domain, they took me out of the carrier and I explored my new surroundings.