Two and a half weeks later Kay went with more food. Long Legs was waiting under his back porch crying for food. This time he let Bee stroke him and even pick him up. Kay ran to her car for a carrier and Long Legs was put in and on his way to a better life.
Our vet aged him as 7 to 9 years because he has good muscle tone and NO cloudiness over his eyes that older cats have.
He has had dental work and his blood work shows him to be in good health. He tested negative for Felv and FIV.
He is FANTASTIC with the other cats in his multi-cat foster home.
He loves people and especially likes to lie on Kay' chest.
This PEOPLE cat would have died unloved and without a person if he had been left outside.
If you would feel it a PRIVELEGE to give Long Legs a home where he will have a person to love him and never be ABANDONED again please call
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