From Scoot's rescuer:
Scoot had a home with a man and his son who lived up the street from my mom until the man died unexpectedly a few years ago and his son moved away, leaving Scoot behind. Scoot started coming to my mother's yard to eat and has stayed around since then. When my mother died in 2015, I moved into her house to take care of her 2 house cats and have continued to feed Scoot in the back yard. On January 29 of this year, I was able to get Scoot into a carrier to get a large bite wound abscess on his face treated and get needed dental work done, as well as vaccines. This was when they discovered that Scoot was FIV+. He's very healthy and a wonderful cat and deserves a great home after having spent so many years living outdoors and then being abandoned. Hopefully there is someone out there that will give him the chance to live the second part of his life as a spoiled, pampered "INDOOR" cat, where he won't have to worry about fighting for his territory and can just be a cat.
Breed: DMH Grey Tabby with White
Color: Grey Tabby with White
Birthday: January 2009
Behavior: Gentle, sweet, loving, BIG BOY
Good with children: unknown
Good with dogs: unknown
Good with cats: yes
Special needs: yes
Additional info: FIV+ Cats with FIV can live a LONG, healthy life with good care.
until Sept 1, 2019:
By Mark Palermo, in honor of Erin Moncure's Birthday!