I’m a short haired orange tabby male, about 1.5 to 2 years old. My amazing foster parents found me at the QT gas station covered in dirt, oil and other things I can’t mention because it’s embarrassing. I was wedged between the diesel pump and garbage can, hence my name. Not to mention I was scared out of my mind. I didn’t know if I was lost or if someone dumped me and I was stinking of something awful. My foster parents scooped me up, gave me a bath, got me checked out by a vet and fixed and took me home to their house. My health is great except for a bout with ear mites, which my foster parents are helping me with. I really need a “fur-ever” home as there are already 7 cats here and I crave more individual loving and attention. You’ll love my youthful playfulness, cat friendly attitude towards life and excellent PURRRRRING abilities. I’d love to meet you, so please call or email my foster mom to set up a play date at 203-993-0675, 704-547-5642 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. I can’t wait to meet you!
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