Brooklyn Animal Action rescuer Tara was walking down Grand Street in Clinton Hill when suddenly a handsome fawn-colored tabby began to follow her, meowing so sweetly and hopefully. When Tara bent down to pet him, she saw that he was friendly and desperate for a human to make him feel safe, so of course she took him home with her!
Now known as Grand, after the street where he was found, this sweet boy purrs loudly and head butts his rescuer’s hand for more pets. He was clearly abandoned, because of how affectionate he is. Because he’s been on the streets, where not everyone is friendly, he needs a moment or two during which you prove he can trust you. Once you earn that trust, you won’t regret it. Grand’s incredible nature is a huge reward!
Grand is neutered and up to date with vaccines. He tested negative for FeLV and positive for FIV—which simply means he needs to stay indoors, eat high quality food, and see the vet yearly, which all cats should. If you’d like to meet this gentle ginger, contact Tara Green at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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