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My name is Toby!
I'm being cared for by
LEASH Animal Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black & White or Tuxedo
Age
Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

*COURTESY POSTING*

Name: Toby
Approx. Age: 1 year

Hi! I'm Toby

I was rescued from the streets as a baby, after I was injured and left paralyzed. Despite not being able to use my hind legs, I get around really well and am very fast! I love exploring the house, playing with toys, and snuggling up on the couch. I'm not in any pain or discomfort at all.

I am a talkative boy, so you will hear me chatting away while traveling room to room on my adventures. My foster humans think it's so cute and silly! I can be adopted into a home with other cats, but would prefer a home without dogs (unless they are calm/gentle). I love people and getting attention. I am good with kids, but am looking for a home with older kids (or no kids) to ensure I am handled gently and with respect.

Due to being paralyzed, I am also incontinent, but don't let that scare you away! My foster mom expresses my bladder and bowels every 8 hours to prevent accidents and I wear cute diapers when I'm out and about playing! Expressing only takes a few minutes a time. If kept on this schedule, accidents are very minimal. I am also on a muscle relaxer (orally twice a day) for my bladder to make my expressing easier, but I take my meds like a champ!

Please contact my rescue if you are looking for a super sweet boy with the purrfect personality!
*COURTESY POSTING*

Name: Toby
Approx. Age: 1 year

Hi! I'm Toby

I was rescued from the streets as a baby, after I was injured and left paralyzed. Despite not being able to use my hind legs, I get around really well and am very fast! I love exploring the house, playing with toys, and snuggling up on the couch. I'm not in any pain or discomfort at all.

I am a talkative boy, so you will hear me chatting away while traveling room to room on my adventures. My foster humans think it's so cute and silly! I can be adopted into a home with other cats, but would prefer a home without dogs (unless they are calm/gentle). I love people and getting attention. I am good with kids, but am looking for a home with older kids (or no kids) to ensure I am handled gently and with respect.

Due to being paralyzed, I am also incontinent, but don't let that scare you away! My foster mom expresses my bladder and bowels every 8 hours to prevent accidents and I wear cute diapers when I'm out and about playing! Expressing only takes a few minutes a time. If kept on this schedule, accidents are very minimal. I am also on a muscle relaxer (orally twice a day) for my bladder to make my expressing easier, but I take my meds like a champ!

Please contact my rescue if you are looking for a super sweet boy with the purrfect personality!
Rescue

LEASH Animal Rescue

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Within each adoption, an adoption donation, approved application/contract, and house check are required. Our suggested adoption donations: Dogs- $150 Cats- $75 Rabbits- $25 Critters- vary *All cats and dogs will be spayed/neutered, up-to-date with shots, and microchipped prior to adoption.*
Within each adoption, an adoption donation, approved application/contract, and house check are required. Our suggested adoption donations: Dogs- $150 Cats- $75 Rabbits- $25 Critters- vary *All cats and dogs will be spayed/neutered, up-to-date with shots, and microchipped prior to adoption.*

More about this rescue

*Please note: LEASH Animal Rescue is not a pick up service, and at this time, can not accept animals from the public. If you have found and caught a stray animal, we may be able to help locate his/her family and/or re-home him/her when all efforts to reunite him/her with their owner have failed. If you have found a stray animal, but are unable to catch him/her, please contact your local Animal Control for further assistance.* LEASH Animal Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue organization based in the Los Angeles area of Southern California. Our rescue follows the no-kill policy and is operated solely by volunteers with an emphasis on foster homes, until we are able to have a physical rescue facility. Our mission is to help as many needy animals as we can with the limited resources we have. We focus mainly on the sick, injured, disabled, and what some people might consider to be "unadoptable" animals, who are at most risk of being euthanized (killed) at our animal local shelters. We are an all-breed rescue, but have soft spot in our hearts for the "bully breed" dogs, who are also known as American Pit Bull Terriers and American Staffordshire Terriers. These two breeds are very misunderstood and over the years, have been given a bad reputation due to false information given by the media. "Pit Bulls" and "Staffies" make wonderful family pets, and are very smart and loyal. ~LEASH Animal Rescue~ leashanimalrescue@yahoo.com www.leashanimalrescue.org
*Please note: LEASH Animal Rescue is not a pick up service, and at this time, can not accept animals from the public. If you have found and caught a stray animal, we may be able to help locate his/her family and/or re-home him/her when all efforts to reunite him/her with their owner have failed. If you have found a stray animal, but are unable to catch him/her, please contact your local Animal Control for further assistance.* LEASH Animal Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue organization based in the Los Angeles area of Southern California. Our rescue follows the no-kill policy and is operated solely by volunteers with an emphasis on foster homes, until we are able to have a physical rescue facility. Our mission is to help as many needy animals as we can with the limited resources we have. We focus mainly on the sick, injured, disabled, and what some people might consider to be "unadoptable" animals, who are at most risk of being euthanized (killed) at our animal local shelters. We are an all-breed rescue, but have soft spot in our hearts for the "bully breed" dogs, who are also known as American Pit Bull Terriers and American Staffordshire Terriers. These two breeds are very misunderstood and over the years, have been given a bad reputation due to false information given by the media. "Pit Bulls" and "Staffies" make wonderful family pets, and are very smart and loyal. ~LEASH Animal Rescue~ leashanimalrescue@yahoo.com www.leashanimalrescue.org