I Need To Find A Home For This Guy

kittypa

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We’re going to Facebook with him but I don’t know what else to do. Suggestions are appreciated.

Anyways, here’s the guy.
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Last week he was TNR’d and the following. All documented.
Neutered
Treated for fleas and worms
Rabies vaccination
Tested FelV/FIV negative

Neighborhood stray
I’m guessing 1.5 - 2 years old. Very affectionate with people, not so much with other cats. In fact that is why I am desperate to home him.

Thanks for looking :wave3:
 

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Hi! It is a neighborhood social network. Only verified neighbors can sign up, and so although you still need to be somewhat cautious and definitely request a rehoming fee to keep sickos away, the people are a bit more trustworthy than, say for example, Craigslist. Even if you don't, anyone approaching you should offer to give you a rehoming fee, to verify their good, honest intentions.
 

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There is a rescue group, P.AW.S. that'll take in strays and re-home them.

Also, several pet store chains, such as Pet Smart, will host volunteer pet rescue groups on the weekends. Although these groups are trying to re-home stray pets, they will also take animals you rescue. Start calling the local shops to find the ones that support this. Also, for finding local rescue groups, google is your friend.

Good luck! Thanks for rescuing this guy!
 
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