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The people at the restaurant said he had been living in the parking lot for months and they feed him sometimes. When we came out he was asleep on a pillow in the back seat. When we started the car, he came right up front and cuddled in our laps! When we brought him...** Contact info for Thicket: email email@example.com or call 704-606-1337 **
Thicket came to us from Lizard's Thicket, a country restaurant we have Cajun Catfish breakfast at every time we go to spay/neuter at Columbia Humane Society in SC. Recently, after dropping off the cats for spay/neuter, we headed to Lizard's for some much needed coffee and our usual breakfast. When we pulled up to the restaurant, out of the bushes came a thin, black cat. He was crying and walked up to our car before we even stopped, so we got out to pet him. It was cold and not sure what to do, we put him in the car and went into the restaurant to eat.
The people at the restaurant said he had been living in the parking lot for months and they feed him sometimes. When we came out he was asleep on a pillow in the back seat. When we started the car, he came right up front and cuddled in our laps! When we brought him back he slept on our laps all the way as we had no room for another carrier after spay/neuter pick up! He purred all the way! He is the sweetest big boy, so loving!
Thicket gets along with other cats. He is neutered and UTD on vaccines now. He is Felv Neg, but tested positive for FIV but shows no symptoms. FIV+ kitties can live long and healthy lives and can in general share their home, food and litterboxes with other cats that they get along with. The virus is transferred via deep puncture wounds only.
For more information about Thicket or if you are interested in adopting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704-606-1337. Our adoption application is here (click to download).
We are at Petco in Concord, located at 8070 Concord Mills Blvd, Concord, NC 28027, every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Come and meet our wonderful cats and kittens!