Update Feb. 13, 2018 – Tommy is adopted!
TOMMY KITTY is doing so GREAT in his new home! His new dad, MARCO, says that TOMMY is eating, drinking, pooping & playing! Tommy loves his new LARGE cat tree and seems to be doing great! I am so relieved that he is doing well. I was thinking he would be shy a little longer, but he really is doing just fine & adjusting well! Soon, Tommy will be meeting his new big brother, “Rusty”, who is a 4 yr old super sweet orange tabby kitty! I bet in no time these 2 kitties will be chasing each other up and down the stairs! Marco is doing a wonderful job, however, taking his time before introducing them! I am just so happy for this sweet bob tail kitty and his new family!!! We will surely miss him. He is super cute with his little bob tail that wags and his sweet personality! Best of luck sweet TOMMY!!! We will surely MISS you!
Tommy showed up in the middle of a feral colony searching for food. Who in the world dumped this adorable little bob tailed boy? He was skinny, skittish and starving! Luckily, he showed up in the colony of a very caring cat lady that immediately trapped him! She knew he was young and very out of place. She took him home, worked on taming him and getting him to trust her and then started looking for a rescue to take him. Tommy is so adorable being a young gray tabby with a stub tail that he actually wags!!!
Now, TOMMY has made friends with all the kittens in his room. He is absolutely adorable and is about 5-6 months old. We are going to find a wonderful and “purrfect” home for this little guy! He is very very special!!!
Like all FURR kitties, this kitty is fully vetted with vaccinations and spaying/neutering. The adoption fee also includes Microchipping to an approved home only!
For adoption information or to schedule a visit to the FURR lodge to meet this kitty please email Terry at firstname.lastname@example.org.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.