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My name is Hunter-Cemetery Rescues!
Facts about Hunter-Cemetery Rescues
- Breed: Domestic Shorthair
- Color: Gray Or Blue (Mostly)
- Age: Adult
- Sex: Male
- Hair: Short
Hunter-Cemetery Rescues's Info...
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Hunter is one of our cemetery rescues. He's a nice boy, but he's also quite shy. When he was found, he had an injury to his right rear leg. But he has been a brave boy, despite his injuries. The vet that saw him said he was probably born with a knee cap that pops out of place and he needs surgery. Hunter's story is a sad one. He and several other cats of various ages were dumped at a cemetery. We aren't sure exactly what their story is. But we believe that they either belonged to someone elderly who passed and who's next of kin couldn't deal with the responsibility and abandoned them. Or, they were the smallest victims of a foreclosure and their owners didn't know what else to do. We have seen both scenarios more times than we'd like to remember. This sweet bunch of cats was found hunkered down at a gazebo at the cemetery by a rescuer's friend, and were just begging to be held, loved, and saved. It was apparent that before whatever tragedy befell them, that they were loved and well taken care of. They were so desperate to be rescued that the lady who rounded them up found one of them that had been missed under her truck. The poor baby had hung on all the way to her house. One of the poor darlings was lost to heart failure. But the others are warm and safe, and looking for their forever homes.
If you would like to open up your home and your heart to Hunter, please contact Laura Schindler at (937)270-5260. Please text her. All of our cats and kittens are kept current on shots, wormed, microchipped, and spayed/neutered if they weren't when we took them in. You will have a 3 week health guarantee and a 2 week satisfaction or refund guarantee; although we think you'll fall in love and never want to let them go. We encourage all adopters to take into consideration that most cats do better when they have a companion.