Abandoned along with 29 other cats inside of three crates outside of the previous rescue location in July 2014. Later found to be from a hoarding case situation where approx 200+ cats had been living which was why all 30 cats were sick upon intake/rescue. Treated for URI and more all cats were vetted, vaccinated and 23 out of 30 have been adopted as of 2016. Additionally Warrior escaped during transport and was running free where he hurt his back leg and refused to be recaptured until months later. We immediately cared for his leg which fully healed and is now back to normal.
Given the name "Warrior" after escaping and running for months with a hurt back leg refusing to be captured while in pain. Wanting to be both inside and outside initially but has since became ok with being inside only. Warrior has been with our rescue since 2014 and is shy until getting to know him personally. Once warmed up he makes a great loving cat for any family.
Fully vetted including all vaccinations, combo testing, Rabies vaccine, awaiting neuter. Requires yearly combo testing, yearly rabies vaccine and annual vaccinations after adoption.
Social & Training Info:
Warrior is great with cats and dogs in addition to children of all ages and adults. Litter trained, eats regular diet and although has been outside/inside cat previously to being rescued Warrior MUST be indoor cat only upon adoption. Has tendency to choose men or women to comfort him as his soul mate human. Does not spray and is crate trained.
Fee: $75 includes vet care
The Following is Required: Meet & Greet, Background Check, Questionnaire, Vet References, Landlord Approval, Home Check, Signed Contract
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