Poor Amos. Amos has yet to realize that he is now safe. Just look at his pictures. This is a cat who has lived a sad sad life, then ended up in the St. Thomas City pound confined for months in a small steel cubicle. Finally some kind soul lets him out to live a better life. And he is very unsure. Given time and love Amos can learn. At the moment his safe spot is his cardboard box. He likes to peek out. Amos needs a special adoptor, someone who will allow him time to learn to trust. If you can open your heart and your home to a handsome orange and white guy, God will bless you.
All Breed Canine Rescue needs financial donations to continue rescuing animals from the City Pound, where they often sit in cages for months waiting for help. You can see more on our website at www.allbreedcaninerescue.
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