Adoption Fee: $85
Later down the road Ray found the neighborhood sucker for cats who began feeding him. But she noticed he would eat very little. After visits to the doctor it was determined he had a long piece of string entangled with his intestines after ingesting it out of starvation. Ray had surgery to remove the string over a year ago and he is now very healthy.
Time on the streets taught Ray not to trust other cats, so Ray must be an only cat. He loves people and laps and will make someone a wonderful pet. He has many years left in him. Please ask to meet him.
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