Buster is a big teddy bear! He gives hugs and smoochy ear nuzzles! Very loving and affectionate, he has been on the streets a while so takes a moment to trust a new person, but once he trusts you he is all over you. The vet loved him and said he stayed calm even when they shaved around his wounds to clean them. He must have an indoor-only home so that he doesnt try to return to the busy parking deck he was living in (he actually enjoyed it because he flirted with people and begged for food and attention, so he would try to go back, but he was dangerously dodging cars). He seemed to be friends with some cats and fought with others, so if he goes to a home with other cats they should not be aggressive or territorial. He is current on vaccines, flea and worm prevention, had a negative combo test, and is neutered. Hes a young adult about 3-4 years old. He does have a potentially chronic granuloma condition which means he always has small wounds that wont heal well. An injection of Convenia every several months has resulted in improvement but it is still present.
Can someone give this love bug a forever home? No set adoption fee but a donation helps us help more cats like Buster. Adopter must have a cat carrier for safe transport.
We will consider a permanent foster home situation in which Cat Zip/Campus Cats will continue to cover Busters vet care if you will give him a home!
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