Toby was the alpha male and protector of a colony in Concord. He only got along with 'his' family and chased away other cats. When rescued, he had a foxtail deeply imbedded in his left eye. It was removed, but left him with blurry vision. Today, he loves getting lots of attention. He's gentle and mellow, but can be a bit shy if he hears loud noises or meets you for the first time. He also loves sitting on your lap, sleeping with you and/or playing with his toys.
Contact Person: Gemma Contact Number: 925.708.8395 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Foster: Marilyn L.
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