Lil Bit was the first cat one of our volunteers trapped on Galli Ct. near Sullivant and 270. The woman who was feeding him said he had been living outside for several years. He was her favorite and she would sit and hold him on her porch but she loved him enough to know he deserved better. He is very sweet and loving. Lil Bit can be shy when you first meet him, but give him a chance, you'll fall in love with his sweet nature and handsome face.
You can meet him at our cage free adoption center. Lil Bit is neutered, microchipped, FL/FIV negative and up to date on vaccines.
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