Benny was rescued after being abandoned and living outside with another cat. He was scared in the shelter and had been moved to a foster home. Eventhere it took a while for him to feel safe.
He now loves to be pet, can be held and will sit in your lap. He is very sweet.Benny seems to get along with other cats, but should be in a home without young children, and we are unsure of how he would get along with a dog.
Benny will likely need an extended period of adjustment so should go to an experienced and patient home.
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