Visit our website to fill out an adoption application at www.littleorphanangels.org or visit our new adoption location at Petsense 5615 Rufe Snow Dr. North Richland Hills TX 76180 beginning October 1, 2016.
Bruce showed up in an LOA foster's green house making himself at home in a hanging basket. He’s so gorgeous, that she was so sure that he belonged to someone and just needed to remember how to get home. After a couple of days of “basket life” the LOA foster mom began to feed him and make sure he stayed warm. She also reached out to her neighborhood HOA to see if she could find his home, but no luck. After a week, she decided to bring him inside and he was brought into the LOA program.
Bruce has been in his foster home for several weeks now and has really opened up. He’s a very loving fluffy guy who purrs as soon as you get near him! He’s a bit shy still, as he had a hard start in life, but he loves to be held and snuggles under your neck in a furry little ball busy with purring. Bruce also loves his belly rubbed and is very gentle. He’s a tiny guy with a huge heart! Bruce gets along well with the others in our house, including his fellow foster cats and the crazy dogs who live in his foster home! He’s looking for love and if you have an open heart – he could be the one for you!
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