Chip was turned in to the Speedway Street Department. We originally thought he was feral, but he was just very scared. He is now ready for a forever home. Chip is approximately 3-5 years old, and is missing one of his canine teeth. He is neutered, microchipped, received FVRCP and rabies vaccine, received flea treatment and dewormer, and has been tested for FIV/FeLV (negative). He needs to be an only pet in a female only home - we suspect that he was abused by a man. He can be very moody and will make it known when he does not want to be pet. To be honest, he also doesn't like to be medicated.
Current food: Authority Adult kibble and Triumph turkey canned cat food.
Current litter: Grreat Choice non-scoopable scented clay litter
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