Tom showed up one cold winter day on someone's porch, thin and sick. He was brought to Little Orphans where he was put in isolation to warm up and fill his belly. After a few trips to the vet he finally got the right medication to clear up his digestive problems.
Now he is an active, stocky boy with a ton of energy and love, but he hasn't yet learned to "pull his punches". He does play rough, even though there isn't a mean hair on his furry little self. Tom is neutered, up to date on all his vaccines, tested negative for Feline Leukemia, FIV and Heartworm. He has been dewormed, treated with flea preventative and has a microchip. He is good with other cats if they are up to his play level; he is OK with dogs who are cat friendly, and loves kids.
If you think Tom might be the guy for your family and would like to meet him please go to our website:
www.littleorphansanimalrescue.org and on the left scroll down to click Forms & Applications, which will take you to our online adoption application.
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