found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
To meet Al Bino is to see the face of confusion and a broken heart. After being a part of a family for 8 years, Al Bino found his world completely turned upside down when they moved from their mobile home, and left him to fend for himself. Gone was his safe shelter, and comfy beds that he knew to rest upon. Sleep for him was now on dirty hard concrete slabs of neighborhood driveways. Gone were abundant meals that were guaranteed to be in his dish each day. Dinner now was whatever scraps were salvageable from garbage cans. And most heartbreaking- gone were the sweet voices that talked to him as he approached his special person in the home. The voices that he heard took on a harder edge as they ordered him to "go away cat. Go away!!"
Thankfully, a resident of the same mobile home park noticed Al Bino's plight and whisked him to our shelter. Now as he tries to make sense of all this confusion and his fear with yet another unknown, Al Bino can at least enjoy regular meals again, and soft bedding to rest his head upon. And the voices that he hears now have become softer and more loving, as our staff cares for his needs every day. But Al Bino's story can't end here- he needs a gentle home and family and a real chance at happily ever after.
Can you open your heart and home to this sensitive sweetheart and give him a second half of his story that is filled with commitment and love? Stop in and get to know him today........