This special guy deserves some extra celebration and good cheer for the holidays, because he has come such a long way during his time with us. When Spot came to us back in March, he was apprehensive, distrusting, and scared. Any time someone would try to pet his head, he would swat. Because of his demeanour, we began to suspect that poor Spot had previously been abused. But, with love, reassurance, and patience, Spot has made a drastic improvement. What better time to celebrate joy and the power of love than during the holiday season?!
Because of his past, Spot does take some time to open up and is looking for a special person who will take the time to get to know him. But, if you take the time to understand this sweet, sweet boy, he will wiggle his way into your heart forever ❤
Spot is a very playful guy who is easily enticed into a game of laser pointer, and especially loves any toy that rolls. He is sure to entertain you with his crazy zoomies! Once Spot trusts you, he is affectionate. He likes to be picked up and placed on your chest, and even likes to give you hugs! He now even enjoys slow, gentle pets on his head. Oh, and he LOVES dogs!
Spot is a misunderstood boy who has learned so much in his time in our rescue. We know his special someone is out there; someone who sees the gem he truly is.
If you would like to give Spot the precious gift of his very own home this holiday season, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 🎄
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