Crow has had a rough go of things. Abandoned at RMFR as a kitten, he was adopted a few months later. That was in 2014, and in fall of 2016, he was returned for no fault of his own. He is understandably confused and frightened, so Crow is spending his time in a cubby box in the Library. He does enjoy petting if you approach him quietly, and he will nuzzle his head into your hand in appreciation of the attention. This handsome tuxedo boy is hoping for a change of luck and another chance at a forever home. Please consider being his hero.
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