McGee (along with this thought to be sibling, Maggie) was rescued from a life on the streets when NTCR received a call from a concerned worker in the Weston Road area who found them eating rice from a dumpster and asked for help. A handsome fella with prominent tabby markings, cute little ear tuffs, innocent green eyes and the sweetest of purrsonalities. McGee is a fun-loving, super affectionate, curious, playful sweetie who loves human attention and interaction. Amazing with all his roommates, McGee would love to be adopted with his sibling (Maggie), as a pair or to join a family that already has a friendly cat he can befriend, bond and snuggle with. If you want to give this precious little sweetie the “furever” home he has never known, please fill out an adoption application and contact us.
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