Buddy
Buddy was found by a lady who feeds the feral strays at her local Hardees. Here is what she actually wrote me about him.  “Recently, “Buddy” just appeared at the site looking scared and disoriented-obviously someone had dropped him off.  His behavior, moving extremely slowly and carefully,  alerted me to watch him carefully.  His eyes were and are both light blue and strange looking and while I was there feeding, he bumped into his food bowl, though I suppose his whiskers, hearing and sense of smell help him to orient himself.  He lives in the bushes and only moves 3 feet around a large gas tank near the feeding area for the feral colony.”
She caught him and found him to be very shy but friendly.  She contacted us to see if we could accept him.  She also got him all vetted out for us. He is very shy but friendly. Loves to be held. We will work on trying to get him to come out of his shell.  Right now he is pretty frightened at yet another change in his life. 9/7/2011  Update - Buddy is doing better, loves to play with the younger cats.  He started having problems with his existing eye and it had basically collapse.   The eye was removed and he recovered nicely. Sponsored by Thomas - Thank you! Sponsored by Lynn - Thank you! Sponsored by Rebecca - Thank you! Sponsored by Jane - Thank you!
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Buddy
Buddy was found by a lady who feeds the feral strays at her local Hardees. Here is what she actually wrote me about him.  “Recently, “Buddy” just appeared at the site looking scared and disoriented-obviously someone had dropped him off.  His behavior, moving extremely slowly and carefully,  alerted me to watch him carefully.  His eyes were and are both light blue and strange looking and while I was there feeding, he bumped into his food bowl, though I suppose his whiskers, hearing and sense of smell help him to orient himself.  He lives in the bushes and only moves 3 feet around a large gas tank near the feeding area for the feral colony.”
She caught him and found him to be very shy but friendly.  She contacted us to see if we could accept him.  She also got him all vetted out for us. He is very shy but friendly. Loves to be held. We will work on trying to get him to come out of his shell.  Right now he is pretty frightened at yet another change in his life. 9/7/2011  Update - Buddy is doing better, loves to play with the younger cats.  He started having problems with his existing eye and it had basically collapse.   The eye was removed and he recovered nicely. Sponsored by Thomas - Thank you! Sponsored by Lynn - Thank you! Sponsored by Rebecca - Thank you! Sponsored by Jane - Thank you!
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Sponsored by Becky in memory of Miss Kitty and in honor of Helen - Thank you!
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