Meet handsome Harry—the social butterfly!
He is neutered, about 10+ years old and was originally rescued off the streets as a rough and tumble stray tomcat trying to make a living on his own. He was adopted almost 3 years ago, but his adoptive mom can no longer care for him.
He is current on his vaccines as of Feb. 23, 2015.
Harry lives in a senior apartment building and is a social butterfly! He loves to visit the ladies down the hall during their coffee klatch! He has very good litter box manners and dining manners. He had occasion to get constipated last year, but has been on a prescription diet has had no issues since last July! But now he really needs to have a dental, and may need some extractions. We are raising funds to pay for this.
In his previous foster home he did NOT do well with other cats...so he should be an only cat.
This boy had a very rough start in life, and so deserves to have a home where he will be loved and understood. He is not a lap cat, but he craves companionship and wants to be near you always! He is a very big cat, weighing in at 23 # at the vet. Please help by fostering him or giving him the forever home he has been waiting for all his life! He currently lives in Boston, MA. Transportation available.
Call or email MaryAnne @ 858.395.6100 or singingcatlover @ gmail.com (remove spaces).
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