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Tom is neutered, UTD on vaccines and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. Approx. DOB is February 2016.
Tom is a blue eyed sweetheart and is quite the miracle. Tom was found by a husband and his wife who noticed he was living their driveway, and hiding under a tarp. He was starving, infested with fleas, and beyond dirty. Though his conditions were horrible he still had a sweet heart. After searching for his owner with no success, and checking if he had a chip (which he did not), they decided to take him in to save his life.
The first night was questionable whether or not he would survive, for he was very weak. He was given a flea bath, provided plenty of food and nourished him, and he survived to tell the tale! They would have loved to keep Tom, but the wife was allergic to cats, and he needed a home where he can roam and be himself, so they contacted NAR and a foster mom took him in.
Tom is spunky, but sweet and gentle. He loves to play and is extremely affectionate. He loves playing with the other cats in his foster home and sleeps with his foster mom every night. He would make a great addition to anyone's family. We believed Tom was deaf at first because he did not react to any sound, but now he is reacting to most sounds.
If you're interested in adopting Tom, please fill out an application at http://nar.rescuegroups.org.
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