Shortly after we bought him
A few years back, my family and I were living in an outback Australian town, in North Queensland.
Our old cat was suffering from cancer, which had completely eaten away at his nose.
When mum finally had him put down, we went to the pound once a week for about 2 months.
The kitten that we bought was a gorgeous ginger tom, beautiful in every way.
He was approximately 3 months old when the council had pulled him out of a drain where he was living. He is part Persian, with stripes along the top part of his body, and spots on the lower half.
His feral nature leads him to randomly attack us without warning. He is a big cat and leaves some pretty impressive scratches and bruises on the poor soul that gets mauled by him.
He is rather stupid though, and has run into a moving car, only narrowly conserving his life.
His enemy is my lovely British Shorthair crossed with some-other-cat, who refuses to let him go anywhere near her.
Hi Kathleen... thanks for visiting and sharing. We like it when people adopt stray and feral cats. I think it is a bit rare and it seems that you are having a few tiny problems...but well done, I say.
He looks every bit a ginger tom cat; nice strong looking cat.
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