My sweet, affectionate, lovable, and most doting rescue kitty, Chance, is back at home base here at ELM. He bonded very well with his one owner who he would cuddle and sleep with. Because she has a slight disability and her spouse was needed to help with the care of Chance, he made the decision to give Chance back (all Chance needed was special food, no pills or special attention), despite the sobs of grief from his wife. Needless to say, I am heartbroken for the lovely lady who adored Chance, for Chance who wasn't even given a "Chance" and just knowing Chance is just an undeniably amazing 6-year-old; healthy, playful, stunning... Yesterday I said goodbye to my beautiful, sick girl and it hurts me so much that a spouse could do something so incredibly cruel to his wife. I only know the side I was given, but knowing his adoptive mom was sobbing as Chance was taken away was enough to fill my eyes with tears. I just don't understand. Chance is healthy. He is not high maintenance. So what if you have to scoop some poop and give a cat food and water... I'm doing my best not to be angry. I think really it's just my heart. I understand I/we will see more death, disease, and cruelty than most people but honestly, the past 6 months have been downright difficult. Please share Chance's photo? He's such a gorgeous and loving, declawed boy. He's 6 years old going on 6 months old. He deserves a real "Chance". One that will give him the time he deserves and not someone that will abandon him again. From being abandoned in an apartment building, to going to HAC fully blocked, to being sent out to be euthanized, then unexpectedly and suddenly safe into my hands... Please make a dream come true for my gorgeous boy.
I will admit, I will be extra strict this time around. I can't let Chance be abandoned again. He doesn't deserve what he's been through. He needs to be an only cat and he will be your knight in shining armor. Please help Chance find a REAL home. A home he deserves. His life matters.
Chance is neutered, declawed, up-to-date on his needles, dewormed, had a fecal flotation done (negative for parasites), only 6 years young, microchipped, not good with dogs or cats, and just a little bit shy. He still trusts despite all he's been through and loves like no other. He may be adopted for only $225. All his health records will come with him, along with full disclosure from my vet. Getting Chance fixed up and stabilized cost me over $480. I'm not looking for more money, I just want a home for the most amazing cat you will ever meet. Please fill out my online questionnaire if you're interested in meeting my boy Chance.