Freedom is one of over 50 cats rescued from a hoarding situation in the area. All of the cats were friendly but they were also sick. Some of them are still trying to recover. Freedom was one of the last cats rescued from the house and his foster mom chose his name because he is now free from being hungry, cold and sick. He is lucky to be on his way to finding a loving, forever home.
Freedom is a very loving cat...maybe because he is so grateful for being rescued! He does not seem to like being around cats...wonder why?!...but he doesn't mind calm, cat-friendly dogs and he also is good with older, considerate children.
Freedom is a very pretty, solid gray, polydactyl (extra toes) kitty. If you would like to meet him please fill out a pre-adoption questionnaire and an AC PAW volunteer will contact you.
If you are interested in adopting this AC PAW pet or would like to set up a meet-and-greet please fill out our pre-adoption questionnaire at acpaw.org.
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