Meet Mr Hope a gray tabby male kitten. He is a Loving Care kitties living in a foster home in Lewistown and MD.
This is what Mr Hope has to say.
Where did I get my name? I was saved by loving care cat rescue and they were truly my last hope for a chance of a healthy life and a wonderful home. My story is a sad one but it has a happy ending. Someone decided that I should be outside with a collar on. Somehow in my travels I managed to get my left arm through the collar and it was stuck there. This made the collar so tight around my throat I was unable to eat. I was so hungry, I lost weight all the way down to 4.3 pounds, but at least I could breathe. I'm not sure exactly how long I had to travel around like that, or try to travel, until someone found me and took me to the shelter. From there the foster took me up to the vet where they extricate the collar from under my arm and around my neck. They say I was a really good boy even when they had to shave me. It is sad, but I'm doing just fine. I love people despite everything that's happened to me, and all I want is attention and love. I know I don't look real wonderful right now, but I will as they say all my hair will grow back, and I will love you forever. PS. I would not sit still so my foster could take pictures, so come see me in person I look forward to it.
His adoption fee is $75.00 which includes a negative Felv and FIV test, distemper shots plus worm and flea treatment. And he is already neutered and ready for his new forever home.
For info on this sweet boy call Lisa at 757-613-4202 or email email@example.com
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