It's a hard-knock life!
Got no folks to speak of, so
it’s the hard-knock row we hoe.
Cotton blankets 'steada wool
Empty bellies 'steada full! It's a hard-knock life!
I think the above lyrics from the musical Annie can describe the previous life of our special cat Chance. He came to us as a stray. His appearance when he arrived certainly gave the impression that he had endured a hard-knock life. He has been with us a few months now and he has blossomed into a wonderful, friendly, affectionate, and all around sweet guy. We think he may do well in a quiet home with school age children. Well, as quiet as school age children can be at their best. Other cats living near him don’t seem to bother him so he may get along with another cat. We only ask that you give them a SLOW introduction. Coming to us as a stray, we have no knowledge how he would do around a dog. A SLOW introduction would also be necessary should this be the case in your home. Please come visit with Chance and find out if he is a purrfect fit to your family. No more hard knock life for Chance!
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