Moses is a breath taking boy, just about 2 years old, and about 60 lbs. He has the cutest google markings around his eyes! Between his astonishing good looks and magnetic personality, Moses is a hit anywhere he goes. He is absolutely wonderful with people and children. He does get along with dogs; however, a meet and greet would be required. Moses also loves car rides, belly rubs, and snuggling. He often gets attacked by his ninja feline foster sister- poor boy doesn't know what hit him!
We rescued Moses out of deplorable conditions where he was left locked in a room without food or water for over a week. You see the house was a host to vast array of illegal activity. When the people were arrested, he was left behind chained in the room. When the landlord came to look at the property, he need to get him out. After a string of calls, he got our number and told us we had to get him immediately or he will end up in the shelter. We high tailed it over to him and got him. Moses greeted us with the HAPPIEST of spirits. If you could not see his deplorable physical condition, you would never have known he was starving and insurmountably thirsty for a week (during our summer heat wave nonetheless). He was just so grateful to be alive, outside, and with people who care. After witnessing where he came from, we appropriately named him Moses- who has a heart of gold. Sadly, his horrific life left him with more than just hunger, thirst, and an emaciated frame. Moses was covered in old scars. We do not know where this is from. However, it is clear that he was a victim of circumstance more than once. Our hearts bleed for Moses; and, after seeing him, we know he will simultaneously break and capture your heart too.
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