Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Meet my new foster cat: Hoss Cartwright

This is my new foster cat. Hoss was found wandering outside at a local trailer park. His owners had moved & left Hoss behind. The recent cold had made Hoss sick, and he was desperately begging for someone to take him in. 

With the help of the Rutherford County Humane Society, Hoss is now fully vetted, microchipped & neutered. He was also treated for an upper respiratory infection caused by stress from being abandoned & being left outdoors in the cold. Just like his name-sake he is a big, sweet, wonderful boy. 
smile emoticoHe is litter box trained and making friends with our cats & chihuahuas at my house. He is learning to not be afraid of little dogs that don't understand personal space! lol 
Hoss has had a heckuva life so far. Not only was he abandoned by his family, but at some point he lost half his tail (wish he could talk to tell the story). He has a disposition that is just endearing. This sweet boy is available for adoption through the Rutherford County Humane Society. An approved adoption application and adoption fee is required. This boy deserves a furever home with a loving family! What's not to love? Half a tail and he wears a tuxedo wherever he goes! That's swagger! smile emoticon I don't usually foster adult cats....I only take in orphaned kittens normally. But Hoss was a special case. He is truly a phenomenal cat!

Help me find Hoss a wonderful new home -- please share his photo and information with your friends! The adoption application for Rutherford County Humane Society is here: Rutherford County Humane Society Cat Adoption Application

 If you have any questions about Hoss, please feel free to PM me. He thanks you kindly for your consideration. 

Just in case you don't know who Hoss Cartwright is..... 

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