North Texas Cat Rescue P.O Box 1504 McKinney, TX 75070 214.454.9395 www.northtexascatrescue.com
I’m a super-sized guy with a super-sized amount of love to give. My momma went to heaven and it was her last request that her friends at NTCR find me a new home. My foster mom is really nice and she has a nickname for me, my momma told her what it was so I’d know she was a good person that momma sent for me. She’ll tell my forever home what it is, but until then, it’s a secret! I am a special needs boy. I have a grade 5 (out of 6) heart murmur and have something called endo cardiomyopathy. It’s a BIG word, but basically, it’s a disease of the heart muscle and while I’m on medication to help control the disease, there’s no guarantee how long my life will be. My foster mom is committed to keeping me as long as I’m here, but she knows I’d be really happy in a home with less cats, and getting ALL of the love and attention. Although I have a sad story, I’m not a sad boy. I’m really happy and I do love to play. I love catnip…I have an awesome catnip gnome that’s my favorite. I like toy mice and crinkly balls too. I like to lie down like superman…you can see in my photos what I mean. I’m front paw declawed, neutered and up-to-date on all my vaccines. I am a good boy about my litter box, but I do need an XL sized box to accommodate my size. NTCR is offering to allow someone to be my forever foster and they will pay for my medical bills at one of their vet’s offices. Because their vets’ offices are in Allen, McKinney and Farmersville, it’s best if my forever foster is located in, or close to, those cities. If you’re interested in me, email NTCR and ask to be put in touch with my foster mom. She’ll be happy to tell you about me, my medical needs, and my sweet disposition. If you can't foster me, you can always sponsor me and help NTCR pay for my medical needs and/or medicine.
Please contact NTCR AT 214.454.9395 should you have any concerns or questions.
Please note: We appreciate all interest in our cats and kittens, but we are an all volunteer organization. Please be patient with regard to a call back. Should you need to surrender the cat you adopted from NTCR , contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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