Sugar Ray ended up at an animal control unit when this 'neighborhood cat' got a gigantic hernia that none of the people caring for him wanted to deal with. He has obviously had it for quite some time and gotten accostumed to dragging it around with him. Our great vets have repaired as much as they can and he is doing great. He is a nice, nice boy who doesn't ask for much, just a soft bed and good food. About 8 years old he is fine with friendly cats but given his age and all he has been through i don't feel he should be subjected to children or rough dogs. He is neutered, fully vetted, FeLV/FIV tested, all vaccines and will be micro-chipped prior to adoption. Indoor only, non declawing home please. E-mail is ALWAYS our first contact for more information or an application.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org directly and don't use the auto response...thanks!
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