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In shelter Cat

New York, New York, 11354
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
White (Mostly)
Coat length:
Bullwinkle showed up to a co-op complex as a teenager. He was neutered and vaccinated, but seemed too nervous to be adoptable. He was released as a tnr (trap, neuter, return program) and provided with unlimited food, water, and shelters.  Bullwinkle slowly learned to trust his feeder.  

He became the "king of the complex". Everyone knew him as he would sit by their open front doors staring in and would monitor the complex to investigate all of the residents.  Eventually Bullwinkle became very friendly with his feeder, allowing her to pick him up, give kisses, and pet. 

One day, Bullwinkle showed up badly injured. He had gotten his back leg caught on something and had a large rip down the leg. He was rushed to the vet and received many stitches. He needed to stay indoors for 14 days to recover. During that time, he took a liking to the cat trees, warm beds, and yummy treats. Bullwinkle decided he wanted to find a home of his very own!  

He's looking for a calm house with someone that will give him time to learn to trust and, of course, a comfy window seat.  Bullwinkle can be shy at first, but warms up quickly once he knows you.  He would be ok with other friendly cats, though it takes him time to accept others. 

DOB - 9/16/16



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