So many wonderful cats find themselves at our local shelter with their fate uncertain. Robert was one of them. If not claimed by their owners or a rescue group, they are sadly euthanized. Robert caught the attention of one of the employees and she did everything possible to save him. We were happy to rescue Robert and bring him into our program. He was one of the lucky ones – many are not so lucky!
Robert has been placed in a loving foster home and this is what his foster mom has to say about him "
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The absolute perfect scenario for Robert would be a retired person or couple. A home where he would get lots of attention & play time. He loves his Foster Parents & never leaves their side. Particularly, his Dad. He cannot leave the room w/o Robert following to see what he is up to. He has had interaction w/ other cats but seems to prefer the company of people as long as they are willing to play with him. Robert is quite the ‘attention hog’. He continually makes them laugh with his antics and they have thoroughly enjoyed having him & they love him dearly. He is free fed kibble but he sure knows when it is time for his wet food & if you are late, he lets you know by sitting in the kitchen & meowing ! Robert would make a wonderful companion for a loving home.
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