Loki came to us a shy boy, but he quickly learned to trust again, obviously wanting to love and charm his foster mom. He doesn't have an aggressive bone in his body and is so easy-going. He enjoys the simple things in life, a quiet bed to lie in, some treats and being brushed. Loki is also FIV+, but as we've learned, this makes him no different from any other cat; he would do well in a home with a non-confrontational and gentle cat friend. We would hate to think he's been overlooked all this time because of a simple stigma that won't let him shine. Because this cat shines BRIGHT, just like your Christmas tree lights. He's got the nicest personality of them all, begging for cuddles and attention. After what he's been through, it's wonderful to see him opening his heart to us humans, knowing somehow that it will all work out after all.
This holiday season, we want to show Loki that everyone deserves second chances and that he is no different: we want him to know his furever home is out there, with someone special. (He would do well in a quiet home with adults and mature adolescents.) What amazes us about the cats we see in rescue is that they don't let their spirits be broken; despite whatever horrific things may have happened in their pasts, or how many times they were abandoned, or who broke their hearts, they pick themselves back up and learn to trust again. We want Loki to know his bravery hasn't been in vain. Are you the one to open your arms to Loki? This holiday season, we're offering a special adoption rate of $25 for our feature Home for the Holidays cats. Please email email@example.com if you think your home is where Loki should be this Christmas.
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