Poor Patches. Named for his large patches of missing hair when he was rescued, this was one sick kid. He has a damaged eye that causes him no pain but he has lost the vision in it. His hair has all grown back, he has gained weight and is feeling much better now. Very shy when he first arrived but he has become very friendly and affectionate with me. He would appreciate a quieter home and really likes other cats. Small friendly dogs would probably be okay too as long as they left him alone. He is really a special boy who deserves to know the comforts of a real home. Guessed to be middle aged and has many good years left. Seeking an indoor only, lifetime, non declawing home. Our first contact is always e-mail for an application or more information. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org directly and don't use the auto response...thanks!
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