I am already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
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Please Read: IÂm trying to find a good home for my outdoor cat Romulus. I rescued him in Rome, Italy in August of 2000 when he was just two weeks old. He was crouched underneath a parked car that was about to take off on a very busy street. He is a loving Italian Stallion. We have a two year old daughter, and unfortunately our back yard has become unsanitary due to my catÂs spraying problem. This is the reason we have made the difficult decision to find a home for him. He was neutered when he was 6 months old, and gets all vaccinations yearly. I have all the paperwork to prove it. He befriends any animal that approaches him (except if they want to fight, of course), and has many feline friends that come to visit him on a regular basis. He shares the fort on my daughterÂs wooden playground (another area where he has been spraying, and on the ladder to climb up the fort!) with them, and even has one (male) who is a particularly good friend to him. He is a wonderful, loveable cat and loves to be outdoors. I know he would like to have plenty of room for exploring, so if there happened to be someone with some extra land, that would be a perfect fit. I need to get rid of him soon, because his spraying problem is just getting worse. I have tried everything in the book and have been working with him on this for over two years now. I would never take him to a shelter where there would be a possibility to have him euthanized. If any of you are cat lovers, or know someone who is and would like a very unique cat, please let me know. I could continue to pay for his yearly vaccinations and bring food on a regular basis if need be. THIS WOULD MAKE A GREAT ADDITION TO ANYONE WHO WANTS AN OUTDOORS CAT firstname.lastname@example.org Ruth Taylor There are adoption fees for all animals, though it is a small fee. You must fill out an application on our web page at http://www.petsareusrescue.org to even be considered to adopt these animals we need to ensure they are going to good homes. Fees vary by animal