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This handsome young gent is yet another statistic abandoned at an apartment complex. Charles is affectionate, talkative and playful and gets along well with other cats. The vet put his age at approx 1.5 to 3 years. He tested negative for feline leukemia, has been treated for parasites, vaccinated and neutered.
Here are some updates from his Foster Mom:

“Charles is doing well- bit of a hellion- very clean & affectionate. He’s safe with me until a great home opens up. He was grooming GG last night so there seems to be a relationship of sorts.”
“He is addicted to wet food, catnip and sheepskin rugs. Charles is very clean- Lots to say & seems to be attempting to engage GG in some play.”
“He was happy to get back here and had a bunch of stories to tell. Seems to be a bit of a night owl & has a thing for closets: very clean & personable.”

Please let us know if you are able to provide this endearing young prince with his forever home.

Thank you.

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