I am currently an owner of three cats and fostering another for an undetermined timeframe. Hobbs showed up at my residence mainly because of the food I give feral cats that I have TNR through the date in Humane Society. Hobbes must have had a home because he is very friendly. I discover he likes to be held in pet. I noticed him hobbling, so I took him to the Humane Society to get vetted and have his leg checked out. They could not find a problem with his paw or leg. He’s been staying on my back patio and has a shelter house for bad weather, but I’d like to find him a home before winter. Especially since he has a limp that has not improved. It doesn’t deter him from walking but I have not seen him run. He can jump in the chairs. He is very friendly and likes to come inside my home when I feed him wet food, which he prefers over dry. He is very calm and nothing seems to phase him. He will go nose to nose with my cats and doesn’t fight or hiss at them. New people that show up like lawn service or maintenance personnel does not scare him and he watches them work. He is not Feral lat all! He does have his left ear clipped from getting fitted at DHS. He would be a great candidate for a forever home. I have records for his vetting through DHS.
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