Ed Jr. arrived at the shelter as a feral, frightened little kitten in 2006, making him a superb ten years old. A kind person had transported him from the gulf coast after he was left homeless by a big hurricane. Ed was slow to warm up to humans and is still a work in progress, but if you approach him calmly, he will allow pets and will take treats from you. Ed Jr. gets along well with other cats and needs to be adopted with another cat who he's formed a bond with in order to keep him social. Ed Jr. is part of the TRIAL ADOPTION PROGRAM. Please speak to the staff for details on this new program.
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