Found in Marine Park outside an apartment building, sweet Pupsik was patiently, hopefully waiting for his owner to return and let him back inside, not realizing he’d been abandoned and determined to stay loyal to the last. A Good Samaritan took pity on Pupsik and rescued him on New Year’s Eve, the perfect time to get a new start in life.
Healthy, friendly, and endlessly gentle, Pupsik turned out to have the calmest, most adorable personality. He’s kind, tolerant, and has never shown an inch of aggression. If he feels uncomfortable, his defense mechanism is to purr—how’s that for being a gentleman? His handsome face is only brightened by the loving nature that shines from his big eyes, and his perfectly pink nose only adds to his cuteness. The Good Samaritan who rescued him, currently his foster, says that he’ll get lost in the love he gets from his humans. (Just check out his video to hear him purr and see him beg for more pets!)
Pupsik is neutered, up to date on his vaccines, and tested negative for felv/FIV. If you’d like to meet Pupsik, and maybe make him part of your new year’s resolutions to get more love in 2016, just contact Tara Green at email@example.com!
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