HENRY UPDATE: Poor Henry was adopted and returned yet again for litterbox issues. Oddly enough, he urinates in the box perfectly, but he is not so perfect with his poops. He went to a home without a dog and the same issue occurred and FFAR has concluded that this is a behavioral issue. Henry is still a wonderful cat and so deserves a great home! Here's the good news, he has been back at his foster family's for several months now living in their barn and he seems to be very happy as a barn cat. His poop issues have resolved as well, so perhaps he is one of those cats that needs to be outside, although he rarely leaves the barn by more than a few feet. Although FFAR generally requires kitties to be inside, in Henry's case, a nice barn or workshop for him to live in would be great. The barn needs to be inside an enclosed yard and/or be closed up at night so he is safe from predators. Henry is extremely friendly and loves to get belly rubs at every opportunity. He is a great barn buddy!
*****Henry's adoption fee will be waived for the right home.*****
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