I’m black and white with what a lot of people affectionately call a “cow kitty” pattern. You might notice that my right ear is missing it’s tip but that just shows that sometime in my past I was taken thru the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon’s system and neutered, vaccinated, etc. As friendly as I am now, my foster mom doesn’t think I was really feral but they sometimes help out people with too many cats that can’t afford a regular vet but want to be responsible and help stop the overpopulation of cats in the area. Apparently I was abandoned sometime after that because I was eating at one of the volunteer’s house that feeds stray cats. They couldn’t find anyone who said I was theirs so I’m hoping someone with a kind heart and nice fur-ever home will claim me! I would love to have a place where I can still enjoy a little freedom outside and still be able to come in at night or when I need to be safe. I am litter trained though and now I’m microchipped so I won’t ever be lost again!! If you need a nice, talkative fellow to possibly help you keep down the unwanted small critters around your place, I just might be your guy. Let’s chat and see what we can work out!! I am 4 1/2 years old and tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV.
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