This is G.I. Joe.. formerly known as Trailer Joe. He loves a lap to curl up on, but if one isn't available he'll make the best of it and find another comfy spot. Very amiable, and used to fitting in. Not possessive, just appreciates being fed regularly and cared for and having some attention and a place to stay out of the elements...
He was living in a trailer park, part of a colony, and gets along well with other cats and with people, but earlier in his life was apparently a normal healthy tom who had his share of fights. He is FIV +... a real grizzled old warrior. About 6 years old according to Dr. Hung. He's an awesome smoke, black tabby-- very unique!
This kitty will be at the PetFood Express in Lafyette on Sundays from 1-4pm, or a mid-week at his foster-home can be arranged.
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