From our good friends at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition:
Beautiful Bob is making the most of his second chances, seizing life by the horns and making his presence known!
This two-year-old tuxedo was rescued from Animal Care and Control’s nightly euthanasia list. Originally found dumped in an apartment lobby, this boy is gregarious, fearless, and social. He loves humans and considers himself a part of the household, not a pet.
Bob’s OK with other cats but tends to see them as objects to be tackled, so he should be paired with another energetic, playful feline or a friendly dog. He’s smart, strong, and no shrinking violet.
Neutered and fully vaccinated, Bob is FIV/FeLV negative and microchipped.
His foster parent needs to travel for work, so Bob is in rather urgent need of a place to stay. Are you ready to take on this guy, who will reward you with devotion?
E-mail BrooklyBridgeAnimals@yahoo.com to meet Bob, and please share with people who might be interested in giving this sweet boy a home.
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