Update: I am spending some time in a foster home and am slowly coming out for attention. I need a patient adopter who is willing to work with my shyness and help build my confidence.
Hi, I’m Galileo, a curious little domestic short haired male. I came to Happy Days Dog & Cat Rescue (HDDCR) from a scary cat hording situation in Battle Creek where I was rescued along with 112 of my closest friends. I get along great with other cats but don’t worry, I’m neutered and up to date on all my vaccinations! I’m still getting used to my temporary home at Pet Supplies Plus in Livonia at Seven Mile and Middlebelt; I’m not used to getting this much attention. When I’m not playing with my fellow rescues (Newton, Whiskers, and Bella) I’m dreaming of a new adoptive home to explore.
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