Sky was found in a car's wheelwell May 13, 2012, in the Sky Harbor Airport parking garage. He is solid black (maybe a couple of white chest hairs) and quiet but gets around the house very well. he is loving and sweet-natured but won't push his attention on you. We don't know if it's because he screamed for help so long or was born that way, but he has a very raspy, odd voice. He only meows for food or attention, just sounds very different than other cats.
Adult cats go through about three weeks of confusion when they move, even when with the same people from birth. For that reason, SOS Kitty offers a full return/refund policy for the first month. During that 3-4 weeks they need patience and reassurance, since every time they go to sleep, it's like "Groundhog Day" they feel lost again. Once you get past that time, their natural GPS system resets to the new home and they usually make huge strides in socializing to their new home and family. Right now, Sky is an orphan. He has no idea what a wonderful life is possible outside an orphanage. He thinks this is as good as it gets!
Can you show him he's wrong?
Yes, we will update photographs. The last one is pretty old (smile).
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