Newton is gearhead! He was found so far into an engine that 2 men had to take the engine apart to get him out. Newton wasn't talking about where he came from or what he was doing there so the guys brought him to Little Orphans. First order of business was to give Newton a much-needed bath, grease-monkeys often need that. He is now all fresh and clean and hoping for a family of his own. Newton has decided that he will leave the mechanical work to someone more experienced in favor of warming hearts with his adorability and cuteness extrordinaire. Born approximately 5/9/2016, Newton has been neutered, has tested negative for FIV and FeLV, is up to date on vaccines, and is microchipped. If you would like to give a loving home to Newton or any of our Little Orphans please go to our website littleorphansanimalrescue.org and fill out an adoption application.
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