This little dude has quite a story of survival!
In late summer he was seen running around outside of Wegmans. FURR was called to help but then was told an employee had taken control of the situation and would bring him to safety. We thought it was handled.
However several months later, a FURR volunteer was driving along route 248 in front of wegmans and a little orange cat darted in front her car and then darted back towards Wegmans! She quickly drove to wegmans and waited and saw him running all over the plaza. Scared out of his mind!
From then on it was a FURR mission to trap him and get him to safety. It took several weeks of trying and setting up cameras but we got him!
He has been in a loving foster home for several months, and is so happy to be warm and loved and never have to worry about his next meal.
He loves to come to his foster mom for pets! He doesnt like to be picked up but is a very sweet companion cat!
Nothing has kept this little guy down. Hes rolled with everything life had thrown at him. Very curious. he Loves other cats. Would like a playful buddy. Knows how to make himself at home.
This boy needs someone to love him and give him a chance at his forever home. He has been through a lot and a total survivor.
He is fully vetted including microchipped.
---To meet any of our cats please fill out our adoption application to be approved. Our application can be found under the Adopt menu on our website: www.felineurbanrescueandrehab.org. ---FURR is a 100% volunteer organization. Every penny donated goes to paying our vet bills, caring for our cats, and TNR. FURR is a 501(c)3 organization so donations are tax deductible.
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