He arrived in an Animal Welfare League shelter in Australia back in 2015. Champas was a shy boy; avoiding contact with people and hiding in the shadows.
In order to increase Champas’ chances of adopted, staff at the shelter decided to socialise him more by assigning him the position of “feline receptionist.”
Champas began to meet more and more people and he became much friendlier. This is when shelter staff new he was ready to be adopted and set up an adorable ad campaign.
They wrote a dating profile for him!
He has great work experience
Look how friendly he is now!
Champas even got in the festive spirit
After 436 days in the shelter, Champas got adopted!
His new parent, Nathan, said:
“To everyone who is wondering what happened to Champas the long term resident of Kemps Creek – he came home with me today, and after biting my hand, went straight to sleep,”