Captain was hanging around a house just off Crawfordsville Road in Speedway. The residents of the house were feeding him, but couldn't take him in. They suspect he was abandoned by a neighbor as a kitten. When they planned to move, they called us to find him a good home. We had Captain neutered and vetted.
Captain is easily intimidated by other cats. We had him in our community cat room, and he lost weight. He is now in a different foster home with only a couple other cats and lots of attention and he is doing great. Captain would love a home with someone to give him lots of love and attention.
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