White Paws (aka Wilson) has lots of stories to tell about his life in his early five years. He was originally trapped in a feral colony and returned to the colony but, after a year or so, he became a super friendly guy with his caretaker so back to the shelter he came to find a home. He was adopted for a few months, but, unfortunately, he did not do well with the resident cat, so, once again, he is back with us. Time to find a permanent place for him to call his own - you can't miss with this guy - you walk in the shelter and he is the first one to greet you at the door, purring the whole time, looking for head butts and chin scritches, and ready for lots of play time. White Paws does do well with the other cats at the shelter but we feel maybe a home as an only cat and an adult home would be in his best interest. You gotta love this boy - we certainly do!
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