We found Kenny outside and took him in, got him neutered and started on seizure medications. He can be aggressive and can bite as any cats can. Once he warms up to you he is a very cuddly boy, but still will bite sometimes. Especially when he is trying to tell you that he wants food. He has been living at my office, I can't take him home. And he deserves someone that is able to give him the time that he needs.
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