I’m Ford. If I were a truck, I’d be the F-150. That’s the BIG model. I may be built big and tough but I’m a sweet, quiet, gentle guy. I wandered the roads as a stray before finding myself at Feline Rescue. Here I’ve met lots of good friends, but I’m especially fond of a little orange girl named Tuffy. Tuffy is as small as I am big. She’s pretty fond of me too so it would be great if we were adopted together. Truth be told though, all the girls here in my foster home adore me.
Tuffy and I are both affectionate cats. So if you aren’t looking for lap cats, don’t look at us. If you are looking for snuggle buddies, you probably should meet us.
Tuffy and I aren't kittens. But we are still young and we like to play when we get in the mood. You can watch us on You Tube.
Tuffy and I both have FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). That means we do need to watch our immune systems and to eat well. And well, we both like to eat. It was hard to eat well out on the road, but now it’s easy. Just ask our foster mom.
I have stomatitis so require extra special care, which my foster mom can tell you about. If you’d like to meet us in our foster home, call Molly at 651-295-3758.
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