Adopt Louie Today!

AN AMAZING WONDER!!! “LOUIE” (Named after Louie Zamparini from the movie UNBROKEN) is now ready for adoption! Watch his video! This cat has the most amazing survival story and has turned out to be EXTREMELY GRATEFUL for another chance at life! LOUIE almost lost his leg to a coyote in the freezing cold weather while he was living on his own in the woods. A good Samaritan called FURR for advice and was able to catch the kitty before he died.

FURR took the cat, starving and in horrible shape, to the ER where they immediately suggested amputating the leg to save his life. However, FURR’s fabulous vet, Dr. Moses at Four Seasons Cat Hospital, had other ideas! Dr. Moses kept LOUIE at her hospital for weeks and saved, not only him, but his leg!!! LOUIE is 100% now, using his leg with no problems and just as happy as he can be! In fact, Louie talks all the time, loves everybody, loves all the other cats, purrs non-stop, rubs on all of us and will even give you head butts! This is one amazing cat, only about 2 years young and is ready for his “furrever” home! LOUIE is neutered, had all of his shots and is ready to go. Someone will be extremely lucky to be owned by this UNBELIEVABLE cat!!!

He has bonded with another one of our beautiful Russian Blue mix cats, named MOONEY. They are like two peas in a pod and both SUPER friendly!!! It is so cute to watch them together and they sleep together in one BIG ball! I am really holding out hope that these two kitties can go together……but you all know how hard that is to even get just one kitty adopted these days! Let’s all say a prayer that the two cats can remain together & live happily ever after!!!

There is a lot more to Louie’s rescue and recovery! Read the full story.

For adoption information or to schedule a visit to the FURR lodge to meet this kitty please email Terry at adoptafurrcat@gmail.com.

Learn how to adopt this kitty! FURR adopts to approved homes only in the Charlotte and surrounding area!

If you are not ready to adopt a kitty, please consider fostering or sponsoring. All donations are tax deductible.