Hopper likes people, but he'll hang back and wait for you to approach him. He gives other cats their own space. Born in 2007, he came from a rescue group in northern Utah where he got along with cat-friendly dogs. Hopper has Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), but is otherwise healthy. He can even live with cats who don't have the virus, since he doesn't fight and it's only spread via deep bite wounds. It might take him a moment to adjust to a new home, but once he does, he'll be very affectionate and you'll hear his great purr.