Blyth was brought into the shelter hanging over a Good Samaritan's arm like a waiter's towel, we knew it couldnt be good. He was found wondering in a neighborhood looking for a meal and boy did he need it! He was just a skeleton with fur and the fur was totally matted. We found when doing bloodwork that he was hyperthyroid and we got him the treatment he needed to be cured of that. He is really a laid back dude and sleeps most of the time, he likes to be part of where everyone else is and gives the best little kitty kisses. He'd be a great companion to someone, is that you?
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