I found Hermes as a kitten in the neighborhood. He was very friendly. I have many cats and I also do TNR for my area. Hermes is very sweet, playful, inquisitive and friendly. Hermes is an indoor cat. He plays with my other cats. He also spends his time with another kitten I rescued. They are bonded but can be adopted separately or together. Her name is Grace and she is a long haired black cat. However, my priority is placing either cat with a good family who is against declawing. Please let me know if you can give this sweet boy Hermes, or both Hermes and Grace, a good home for life.
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