He was just laying in the road, probably soaking up some sun but it wasn’t safe. They say he is deaf but who knows for sure, maybe just old. We don’t know much about him. He isn’t happy at the Cat House, it is not a permanent home but one where he waits to find his forever home. He was free to wander but migrated to the catio, doesn’t seem like an unlikely place for him to be as it is sunny and warm. Some volunteers decided he needed to be in a cage. He just isn’t happy so now he resides up in the loft. If you would like to adopt this guy, he might perk up. Call 541-294-3876 to make an appointment as we are only at the Cat House at 8 a.m. and again at 3 p.m. Please call back if no one answers the phone.
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