Enby - Male DSH Tabby

Rescued September 29, 2017
Approximate age: 1 year (at time of rescue)
Activity Level: Moderate
Adult Size: X-Small (under 10 pounds)
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Enby is a curious cat that turned up in the back yard of one of our fosters in September. He had been abandoned by his family when they moved 4 months prior. Once he had found his new temporary home, Enby showed his new mom lots of love and affection. She soon realized that he loves to cuddle, watch TV, sleep on the couch during the day with his favorite stuffed owl, and explore the neighborhood at night. When being evacuated for Hurrican Irma, Enby was a trooper and only meowed in the car for 10 minutes! Enby's other favorite pastimes include being intrigued by bugs and waiting for someone to come home from work to give him some hugs. His latest hobby includes giving Eskimo kisses! Will Enby make an adorable part of your family?

Indoor/outdoor cat.

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