Louis has a tipped ear, so that means he was living outside when someone trapped him to have him neutered then released him back out. He somehow ended up in a home with someone that was trying to help the homeless kitties out there, but it got out of hand. When she ended up with over 40 cats, she knew she had to get help. When she contacted Good Mews, we were able to take a few for her.
So now Louis is safe with us and hopefully will soon be in a forever home. He will need a patient adopter willing to let him come out of his shell at his own pace. But while you are petting him and you hear his soft purr, you will know it was worth it!
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