This Wonderful Cat Needs a Home---ADOPTED! Thanks All!

This cat was put out by his owner and denied food and water. One of our 19th Ward neighbors, Pam, responded to this cat's constant cries and brought him into her home. She is calling him mittens. She has several pets already and needs to find a home for him. She is not "on the internet" so I am posting for her. I met mittens and he is extremely loving. He purred and let me touch him immediately. He loves attention. I am not a veterinarian but I am quite sure he is a neutered male. He is thin from lack of food but otherwise looks healthy. His teeth and gums (yes he let me look without hassle) look healthy and I think he is probably young. His coat is glossy and clean and his eyes are clear. He has no evidence of being in any fights (which again leads me to believe that he is neutered). He gets along with cats and dogs. His vaccination status is unknown. If you are willing to provide a home for him please call Pam at 279-9297. If you cannot provide a home but have the resources to take him to a veterinarian for a check up please call her. Thank you so much! This cat is a joy! I'd take him in myself if I could.

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Comment by Inge Mallory on September 26, 2010 at 7:25am
The guilt is building. BUT I just can't ............... I have 5 of my own indoor and another 7 outdoor/feral cats that were discarded by their owners that I'm feeding.I really wish I could help.
Comment by Sheri Tehan on September 25, 2010 at 9:21am
Darn, Marian! I thought Bonkers was probably adopted by now. :(
Comment by Marian Boutet on September 24, 2010 at 3:08pm
What a beautiful guy - such exotic eyes. We're still looking for a home for Bonkers, so I can't offer to take him in

Comment by Sheri Tehan on September 24, 2010 at 7:07am
Just to confirm... this cat was not put out by his owner because he was a "problem" in any way (ie he uses the litterbox and doesn't scratch things up). Some PEOPLE just behave poorly.

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