what a special guy. Forest was a very lucky kitty. A concerned citizen called asking for help. Forest had maggots growing on his tail and he was lethargic. He was rushed into the vet and he had his tail amutated. He does just fine without a tail but then it was discovered that his feet are deformed. He looks special but he is all cat. He runs and jumps and plays. He was definately someones baby in the past. He loves wet food and loving and he is great at purring also.
vet care performed include feline vaccinations including rabies if old enough , spay/neuter, testing for feline leuklemia/ aids, microchiping and deworming
Would you like to meet this wonderful guy? Go to her webpage at www.tomballsos.org and under her photo, click the adoption link to fill out the online application. Her foster will contact you to set up an interview.
His adoption fee of $100 will help rescue other babies from the jaws of death and he was close to death
for more information or to talk to her foster mom please email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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