Neo is a stunning black gentleman. He's a big boy with an even bigger purr. He is up-to-date on all his shots, neutered, and declawed. When his human passed away, family members simply opened the door and let him outside. He lost his owner, then was pushed outside - left alone to fend for himself with no way of being able to protect himself properly. He remained in the complex and was fed and known by many. As it started to get colder, there was one extra special family that was keeping an eye on him. One night, he was attacked by two Toms. The family brought him to safety and tended to his wounds for 10 days until I got the call. When I got there, I found out another black cat in the complex had recently been poisoned. To say it broke my heart is an understatement. My first rescue "fail" was a black cat and it blows me away that these magnificent felines are regarded as something bad or unlucky. Personally, I believe black cats are the most stunning of all the different colors but that's a whole different blog in itself,
Neo not fond of other cats or dogs so would best be suited as your one and only.
Neo will need an "experienced adopter" as he lives with cardiomyopathy, his heart is abnormally large. He requires medication twice daily (morning and night) for the REST of his life.
Neo is exceptionally charming and his requiring medication certainly doesn't take away an ounce of all the wonderful things about him.
You see, his heart is extra large simply because he has more love to give. How large is your heart? Is it large enough for our boy Neo?
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