Meet Wolf – tough on the outside, soft on the inside!
He dislikes other cats, or he is just scared of them. Therefore he acts tough, and sadly, a shelter with tons of cats around is exactly the wrong place for him. He hardly lets anyone come near him, so upset, yet he longs for human companionship. Wolf is young, maybe one or two, and most likely has always been the only cat in the house. He then either got lost or abandoned, with again no tattoo or chip. How does one get him home? We feel, and are not afraid to say so, that this was the vet’s fault who neutered him. If they cannot get across that a few dollars on top of the neuter fee for an ID means a lifelong ticket to get home again, be save, and live, how does any message about health or welfare can be passed on? Wolf is beautiful, shiny black, lean and slender, and as he was outside for a while (found on an acreage), he might enjoy living in someone’s heated garage, keep the mice at bay and make sure for this acreage he will, definitely, remain the one and only. The lone wolf.

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