Hardy was rescued with his sister Laurel from the Guadalupe River at about the age of ten weeks, and he is now a young adult looking for a loving forever home. Hardy is black and white with large feet and tall legs and husky. Most of his nose is black except for one small spot, and he has a black dot right above the lip. Hardy is a very sweet, mellow kitten that loves to have his chin scratched and petted. Since Hardy was a stray when I rescued him, he is a shy cat who needs someone who understands him and is patient and willing to work with him to help bring him out of his shell. He would do great with someone one on one that has time for him. Once Hardy is comfortable though, he is a loving kitty. Hardy is neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, defleaed, and tested negative for FIV/FelV. If you would like to meet Hardy, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time. Thanks.
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