Here's what happens when a very frightened cat is given the space and time to relax in someone's company. Abandoned Munchkin featured here a couple of weeks ago as a tough guy fraidy cat masking his understandable fear and distrust by shutting people out. He's still on his guard but look how relaxed he is when his door is left open and he can choose to walk around or sit quietly with a companion without having to be entertaining and cuddly. You can see how genuinely relaxed he is. I'd adopt him myself if my own cat would allow it. Here's more about Munchkin northlondon.cats.org.uk/northlondon/adopt-a-cat/?cid=39268 and here's his other clip vimeo.com/54178873 . You can meet him at North London Cats Protection any day but Tuesday. The adoption centre is open 11am-3pm (Thursdays 12pm-3pm). You can just drop in at 135 Junction Rd London N19 (a five minute walk from either Archway tube or Upper Holloway overground stations) or get in touch first on 0207 272 6048 or at northlondon@cats.org.uk. You can find out more about adopting here : northlondon.cats.org.uk

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