Since they are away all day until 10:30 at night, he has been so lonely, he wakes them up at night, meowing and trying to get a little attention and affection. He is also terribly lonely since they euthanized the cat he grew up with who they think had cancer.
We don't want him ending up in the street, which they are contemplating, as he has never been an outdoor cat and would probably not last very long.
Terrence is neutered and very healthy.
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