Tipsy and his brother Tootsie were left behind when their owner moved away. They were taken to the shelter and scheduled for euthanasia due to their advanced age and declining health. Thankfully the staff and volunteers at the shelter saw how incredibly friendly these boys were, and reached out to Good Old Tails to give them a second chance.
Tipsy is indeed reaching the end of his life. Tootsie is strong and healthy even for an old fellow, but Tipsy is showing his age and will most likely be in foster care for the remainder of his days. He is incredibly friendly, sweet, and easy-going, so we know he won't mind living here, but we'd love to find him a real home with a family of his own to spend his last days in. Tipsy doesn't ask for much- just some canned food to eat (he only has a few teeth), a clean litter box (he always makes it!), and a kind hand to show him love. He is wonderful with other animals and loves every person he meets. Please consider opening your heart and home to this dear boy, who was tossed away like so many others.
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