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I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Hank had been living in a small cat colony on the block. After he endured a terrible eye injury, his foster took him in, had the eye removed and nursed him back to health. He has done well inside the house, not scratching up furniture and being a perfect gentleman with the litter box. As he recovered from the eye injury, Hank began playing with the various cat toys and making himself right at home. He has become quite the healthy guy.
No need to worry that you might forget to feed Hank; he will let you know when it is time for his food. His meow serves as an alarm that it is feeding time and a tail shiver shows how happy he is to see you heading to the food. Otherwise, he will just talk to you when you talk to him.
Hank’s future family will be very lucky to get a silly, friendly lovable guy and Hank is very ready for a family to call his own. Another plus is thatHank has not seemed scared of his foster’s little terrier dog.
Hank is FIV+