Denton had been living on the street. He was trapped for TNR (trap, neuter, release) and that's when we found out that he is blind in one eye and could not be safely returned to life on his busy street. He tested positive for FIV yet he is healthy and not aggressive to other cats.
This “supposedly unadoptable” cat is absolutely adoptable!
As you can see from the attached video, he has shown tremendous potential to become a social cat. But for now, he is shy and will need a home with someone who won’t care if he wants to hang out in the closet. His perfect human will give him a bed in there until he is ready to trust and come out.
His life has been so difficult and he’s had so many challenges and yet, he’s a sweet cat who just needs a break. Denton needs someone to show him love and kindness. Are you out there?
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