Fireball could have actually been a fireball! He was at at a local store and the employees kept hearing him meow and found him curled up in the motors of their cars trying to keep warm!! so they finally brought him inside the store and put him in a box behind the counter till they figured out what to do with him. It was the holidays and so they called the animal shelter and got no response . They called the police and they had no recommendations. Then in walked his foster mom.. and Fireball immediately started meowing and jumping around in the box in the store. so of course she had to ask what was in the box. As soon as his foster mom opened the box behind the counter Fireball jumped out of the box into her lap and started nuzzling up to her neck, making biscuits in her lap and purring like he was on fire!! He was so skinny !! His foster mom thought at first that he was a kitten..because he was so tiny!!
but when Fireball went to the vet we found out he was about 1 1/2 - 2 years old - likely born fall of 2015.
He has adjusted quite nicely!! He pals around with Trinity and Cinnamon at his foster moms' house . He likes curling up in his nice warm bed surrounded by his cozy blankets soaking up the sun!! Until his foster mom walks into the room with his favorite toy of the lazer pointer then all bets are off!!!! When he's not playing with his kitty friends he enjoys cuddling in his foster moms lap while having his belly and chin scratched,
He does great with other like minded kitties and feline friendly dogs!!!
Neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and negative for fiv/felv. Adoption fee $50. Fill out our application at http://www.purrfectfriendscatrescue.org/adoptform.html
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