When Caesar was 5, we found him at the edge of a feral colony searching for leftover food and we knew he was tame. With good looks and gentle personality, it was easy to find a home for this affectionate guy and we were really happy for him. Then when Caesar was 10, his mom became so ill she could no longer care for herself or for Caesar. In fact, Caesar had a few bumpy months before finding his way back to us, but now he's settled in and perfectly healthy. But we can't fix lonely. Can you?
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