Tommy has no tail. He was not born this way, but had an accident. He appeared on the porch during a cold snap with his tail completely without any hair. It had to be amputated. He spent his time spooning with the other cats in the house while sitting in the sink. He is a quiet boy and a little on the shy side. He is neutered, up to date on inoculations, wormed and socialized and three years old. You have just got to meet him.
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