A staff member writes: Poor Bestie was abandoned in a crowded subway station, so it''s no surprise that he''s a little shy. He''s learning to warm up to new people and situations, but is still nervous. Bestie would do best in a quiet home where he can be with someone that understands that he just needs some time to feel secure in his new surroundings. This is a very sweet little guy who is waiting for a real forever home. Come meet him at the Manhattan Care Center today.
A volunteer writes:
Bestie has been with us a while now, and he''s settled in, settled down, and become a total lovemonger goofball. This playful, curious little man with the serious stare and gorgeous fluffy fur likes to know everyone''s business and be part of all the action in the cat adoption room. But he also adores one-on-one petting sessions and feeling safe and loved by humans. If you have a window in your home, just park Bestie in front of it-this spirited guy will entertain himself all day long.