I’m a 5 month old (born the beginning of June, 2016) Male Grey Marble Tabby. I am house trained, up to date on vaccinations and will be neutered when I’m old enough.
I consider myself one lucky boy! I was wondering around the dangerous streets of downtown Huntsville all by my lonesome. I was so scared and hungry that it affected my memory cuz I didn’t remember where my mama was or if I had any siblings. I just kept on movin’ thru the streets trying to find somewhere safe and something to eat. The only thing on my side was that it hadn’t gotten too cold yet, tho some of the nights I wish I had someone to snuggle up with.
Then this awesome person came along and scooped me up. I was taken inside (what an awesome place to be) and fed! Man I ate so much at first but now I’ve caught on that it’s always gonna be there so I just eat normal now. I enjoy snuggles and being petted (it feels SO good).Turns out my foster mama thinks my scruffy, dishevelled hair is really cute and she tells me I’m gonna find a forever home real soon, I can’t wait!
*Though our volunteers try their best, we cannot guarantee that any rescued animal will be a perfect match for each resident, child, or resident pet in every foster/forever home.*
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*All adoptions include spay/ neuter, full vaccinations, rabies and a microchip.
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