newest photos first, his injuries are healed - it took a year! email us at email@example.com if you are interested in adopting or have questions.
Foster / Rescuer Talia Taliaann82@yahoo.com 787-231-2605
Current - Nov 2016 Frosty is up for adoption to the right home. He was neglected and had obviously been living wild, on his own for a long time, but I wouldn't describe him as feral. He enjoys human interaction, being pet, and will curl up at the bottom of a bed any chance he gets. He comes when called, loves to eat, and he's very cuddly. He likes spending time indoors and outside. He's not very playful, but he tolerates other cats and dogs very well.
Still, Frosty has been through a lot so he requires an owner that will have patience in gaining his trust. Once trust is established he's very lovable, but can also be temperamental at times, especially if he feels threatened. For the most part he is a very low maintenance and lovable pet.
Frosty is a full grown male cat, neutered and with no major health issues, besides the superficial wounds he is currently still healing from. Defensa has taken care of all his medical needs and expenses and now he just needs a home to call his own. He’s a large cat (about 13 lbs. currently), but he’s very low maintenance, affectionate, and just enjoys lounging most of the time.
I was planning on keeping him, but unfortunately our cat did not feel the same about him and she’s been destroying our house. We had to put Frosty back outside because of her, but he hasn’t been taking well to being outdoors again. He wants to be inside and be cozy and be around people. It’s also not safe for him where we are located.
If anyone is looking for a mellow, loving companion, please consider adopting this guy. He’s been through so much already and deserves a nice home and someone that can show him a little love
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