This is Sammy. Sammy was a stray that was hanging around my place all summer and was sick with an URI. I trapped him in October, had him neutered, shots, de-wormed and treated for his infection. My intent was to re-release him as I thought he was totally feral. When I had him at the vets they told me he was not aggressive so I moved him to a small room off my garage to recuperate. It took 1 month of antibiotics to clear the URI and by that time the cold weather had set in and I didn’t have the heart to put him back outside. I had him tested in November (snap test) for feline leukemia and he tested positive. I intend to have him re-tested in the next several weeks in case the first result was a false positive. I already have 3 rescues and cannot responsibly take care of him. My husband is also disabled and I do not have the time to spend with him. I have been working with him for 4 months (I only have 1 hour a day to spend with him). He was extremely scared and untrusting when I first brought him inside but has made great progress with the little time I have to spend with him. He deserves a loving home where he can roam free and not be locked in a room all day. If you have the time, love, patience and experience with semi-ferals please consider offering this little fellow a forever home.
Sammy is participating in our Courtesy Adoption Posting Program and is not the property of Toronto Cat Rescue. Toronto Cat Rescue does not accept responsibility for any pet placements that result from this service. If you need more info or would like to adopt please contact Wendy Fritz directly at
519-465-7121 or email@example.com. Thank you!
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