I'm a handsome boy who came to the shelter as a stray. I was obviously someone's pet because I was already neutered, but my owner never came to claim me. (Believe it or not, the majority of pet cats at shelters are not reclaimed.) I'm still adjusting to life at the shelter and am feeling shy, but I can be really sweet and affectionate, too. Being confined to a cage has me feeling a bit grumpy, so I really hope my adopter will hurry up and take me to my forever home!
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