Meet Noah! He is such a sweetie pie. He will actually eat canned food or ham right out of your hand but is still too shy to be petted. He tends to follow me around the house and sleeps on the bed at night. He is very playful and can often be seen running around the house and hiding from his cat buddies.
Noah, named for his rainy ordeal, was found early last spring at Eastern View High School - in the POURING rain stuck in a trap for over 24 hours with no food or water. A good Samaritan had been checking in on him and after she realized no one had come to pick him up, called me. I was out the door as soon as I hung up the phone. My heart broke for him. He was SOPPING wet, crouched down under a small jacket that the good Samaritan had laid on top of the cage, and frightened, but he calmed down once in my foster home.
Noah is about 1 1/2 years old, neutered, and up to date on vaccines. He must be adopted into a quiet, low activity home (indoor only) where he might have another cat to play with. His adoption fee is just $25. I just want to get him a good home. Email me if you're interested. GoodMews22@aol.com
~~Violet Socialization Scale 7-8/10
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