Frosty was born and raised outdoors where he survived a harsh winter. When NTCR rescued him from life on the streets (with his brother Snowy) they were very lucky not to have suffered frostbite despite the extreme cold and temperatures where reading minus 15, for many days prior. A little shy to start, Frosty has blossomed into a warm and sweet boy who enjoys human touch, petting and chasing after that little red dot! Frosty has test positive with Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) but is otherwise healthy, as he seems to truly know he is finally safe. He is a very relaxed gentle soul who has often found using his access to the outdoor enclosure in the warmer months. He does very well with other cats and is just waiting for that special family to pick him and finally experience what it is like to have a home of his own! If you want to give Frosty the “furever” home he has never known and waited a lifetime for, please fill out an adoption application and contact us.
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