Jack is a feral cat. The vets say that the wounded part of his leg may remain hairless and have fragile skin that could be easily re-injured. So the vets do not recommend returning Jack to live as an outdoor cat in his managed feral cat colony.
Anyone want to adopt a little house tiger? He really loves other cats and seems comfortable sitting an arm (or two) lengths away from you. And who know, over time he might warm up enough to welcome petting!
If you have a quiet home with other kitty friends and would welcome our little tiger, let us know! To inquire, please contact Susan at (314) 478-4502 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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