Snuggles was born 09/23/2006. He is a gorgeous tuxedo and has the most amazing green eyes. He is here because his owner passed away. He is having difficulty adjusting to the cat house and unfortunately we are seeing fear in those eyes. He is wondering why he is here and what has happened to his life. We feel he would benefit from being in a foster home if someone reading this would like provide this for him. He lets us pet and brush him and seems to enjoy the attention, but when we are done, he just wants to hide again. He really needs to be in a home again where he can get more one on one attention and some extra TLC, as being in a shelter can be especially stressful for older cats. Snuggles is in good health and has been kept up to date on all vaccines, dental cleanings, and preventatives. He will need regular brushing to keep his beautiful coat shiny, healthy, and mat free. He has been well cared for and loved his entire life and is very healthy. We promised him we would find him another wonderful home with a family to spend the rest of his life with. Could you provide the love and attention needed to drive the fear out of those gorgeous eyes and soul and make him feel at home again?
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