Fat Face is part of our ""Long shot"" program. A long shot is a venture that has only the slightest chance of success. Fat Face was inducted into our program because if he didnt have bad luck, he would have no luck at all. This poor guys owner abruptly moved away and abandoned FF all alone outside in the extreme heat with no food or water. Left to fend for himself, he stumbled upon a feral cat colony, was repeatedly attacked, wounded and then contracted FIV. Feline Aids is a very treatable virus with a bad reputation. Most cats live long lives and just need a quiet, safe, indoor home. Fat Face, a Russian Blue, is a sweet, well-mannered gentleman who just needs a chill place to hang his hat. Hes a devoted companion, a good listener and an avid foodie. He doesnt take up that much room on your couch or bed and is always willing to share slumber space. Fat Face promises to love, honor and mostly obey anybody who is willing to give him a second chance. We all need a break sometimes. Arent you grateful when someone offers you one? Please pay it forward to Fat Face. To meet this down-on-his-luck kinda guy, fill out an application at www.abanonedpetrescue.org. Fat Face is about 3 years old and hopes his luck will do an about face!To meet this adoptable pet, please fill out an adoption application at www.abandonedpetrescue.org and a team member will contact you to schedule an appointment.
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