We need a new foster for Pepper!!!! From his current foster:
Pepper (FCID# 01/18/2016 -11) and Blackjack (FCID# 01/18/2016 - 10) both came a neglect/abuse situation. I've been fostering both for a while but I am moving and for near-term I can only take my resident cats.
Blackjack has been tamed but Pepper unfortunately never came around fully again after what he went through. We have come a LONG way though! He gets near me, sits on my bed, eats out of my hand and everything, but will NOT let me touch him. He is so curious and so sweet - just very fearful of human touch. He is also FIV+. This makes finding him a barn home practically impossible.
The ideal foster would either 1) want to keep working with him, or 2) just let him have a foster home and perhaps let him be a mouser if that's needed. He let me know about a bug last night! (Thank goodness that does not happen often!)
He comes when I call to him. He has a BIG sweet tooth! I've never seen a cat like sweets but he loves ice cream and shakes- obviously only a tiny bit. He is super curious even when scared. He will follow the vacuum around, run away, and then repeat. He stayed little and has a cute eyebrow marking, so his curious face looks extra cute. He's very healthy, no issues. He has a cloudy eye but it's been the same since I got him a few months ago so it's likely just a scar now.
Please Email email@example.com if you can be a medium-term foster for this wonderful boy! Foster will drive a long distance if the situation is right.
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