Sanford was taken in as a kitten by someone who only liked kittens, and who promptly tossed him onto the street the moment he looked like an 'adult'. He wandered into the yard of someone who keeps an eye out for cats who are clearly displaced pets. She built the friendly orange tabby a shelter and feeds him twice a day, but she's not able to take him inside with her as one of her current cats is older and sickly. But she does spend time with Sanford every day, and would love to see him find a forever home. Sanford is in complete agreement with this, and would love to become someone's best indoor kitty friend. To that end, he is doing everything he can to become the best choice possible. Sanford will sit when pointed at, stay when told to stay, and if you sing Soft Kitty to him he will lie down and to try to sleep (in other words, he's a Big Bang Theory fan). So if you're looking for a companion to binge watch the Big Bang Theory with, Sanford's your cat!
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