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Big Red’s current person tells us…
He is a very healthy, robust cat. He is affectionate & intelligent & he is a very good mouser. He doesn't get along with other cats but is good with dogs. We live in the mountains in a super small town so there isn't much traffic so living somewhere rural-ish would be best.
He showed up about 4 years ago at my friend's house as cats often do here in the mountains of Trinity County. No one claimed him after numerous flyers were put up here in town so our friend had been feeding him ever since. Though he is very loved, our friend had to move from her house a week ago & cannot take him with her. He is completely dependent on human care & affection & a cat left out in the wild here has little chance of survival due to predators.
I have him at my house for now confined to a small room. I have two cats & two dogs so this is a temporary situation. He is an exceptional cat & deserves a home. He is truly an awesome cat & needs to be with someone who will love him.
Contact: Rebecca at email@example.com
Breed Large, long hair red tabby with green eyes.
Age 5+ years?
Sex Male (neutered)
This animal is not housed at Companion Animal Foundation nor connected in any way to CAF. The Second Chances private adoption program assists individuals in our community in placing their pets in new homes. Do not contact CAF about these animals; contact their current guardians at the phone numbers and/or emails listed.
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