Rascal was born around mid June 2013. Rascal’s story is a sad one. He was thrown from a moving car and a nice lady who witnessed this brought him to the vet where he was rescued.
Rascal has permanent nerve damage to his front arm and needs an amputation. He had severe flea anemia and parasites and couldn’t even raise his head to eat. The vet wasn't sure he would make it. But Rascal is a little fighter and is doing so well.
Rascal loves fancy feast and loves to play with toys. He is feline leukemia negative and litter trained.
Rascal will be available after all medical treatment is completed and he is released from the vet.
This boy deserves a great home. Would you like to give him a safe and loving home?
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