Mouse has had quite the year.
He and another cat were seen rural in the spring . From a distance it appeared from their injuries they may have been tossed from a vehicle. The property owner had tried to catch them and suddenly they disappeared; their fate was a sad suspicion.
A little while ago Mouse appeared again (sadly the other cat has not been seen since spring). He was trapped and has received vet care. The vet believes he is about 2 years old.
He's lost most of his ears, has a sneeze the vet suspects environmental allergies (possible cat litter as stated once moved indoors), he's neutered and vaccinated. Due to losing most of his ears, they get quite dirty and were badly infected into his sinuses. Right now he is to have weekly ear cleaning and medication applied after cleaning.
Mouse is a happy, snuggly, loving boy looking for a forever home. (Better pictures to come once he settles in ).
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