We set a trap, and he went in. On the way back from the vet, he started meowing, and pleading, not the usual FERAL behavoir.
We took him into foster care, and lo and behold, if we did not have the most charming, loving, cat loving, people loving cat.
He WAS afraid at first, but showed no signs of aggression at all.
It took 2 weeks, then he decided, he was going to be part of the family, he grooms other kitties, loves his foster mom, his comb, and laps.
He is a real gem, and we are so glad we were able to save him.
Tino is also microchipped
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