My mom passed away a few months ago very unexpectedly. Charlie and his two companions, Ben and Barbie were like her children. She saved all three either from being run over by a car or from the back alley where she got her nails done. My mom loved these three cats as much as she loved her human children.
Charlie is orange and white, about 8 Years old and weighs about 10 pounds. He is the most “dog” cat you have ever seen. He knows his name and comes when called. If you look at him and talk to him, he will answer (in meows of course). He still plays like a kitten and is full of energy. In addition to being good with other cats and kids, Charlie has had experience around dogs although it has been a few years ago. It is very important to me that Charlie finds the right home and be loved as much as my mom loved him. Charlie is very bonded to Ben so would love to be adopted with him.
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