Diesel was abandoned at the local shelter by his owner. Diesel is a scared boy who just sat in the corner, wondering what he had done wrong. Months went by and Diesel continued to be overlooked at the shelter. Nobody wanted a cat who sat in the corner hiding. No one wanted to take the time to understand why he was sad and depressed. Diesel may be shy, but he has never swatted or tried to bite anyone. He wants a quiet home, where he can just learn to relax, and learn not all people are bad. Diesel does well with other cats. Diesel is fixed, vaccinated, tested for feline leukemia and feline aids, and is microchipped. If interested please call 617-697-5645 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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