Age: About two.
Likes: Being outside.
Health Concerns: Pickles is in "purrfect" health.
Ideal Home: Indoor/outdoor, but I'd also love living in a barn or being a garage cat.
My family moved and left me behind in an apartment parking lot. That was fine. I like living outside. But then, the apartment manager called Animal Control. Not good! The woman who had been feeding me grabbed me and took me to the Howard County Cat Club. I'm grateful to her for saving my life, and I sort of like it here. But I really want my own home again so I can be free to roam and not have to live with so many cats. Are you looking for a buddy and mousetrap? I could be your guy! Just contact the Howard County Cat Club to meet me.
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