hi, this is squid. this lil guy showed up on my back porch a few weeks ago, covered in fleas but not too terrified. he camped out in a box for the night and then we got him cleaned up, de-flea’d, and fed. now he’s a healthy, playful, but relatively chill lil dude and I’d love to find him a nice home that is not mine because, while he is really cute and so far pretty well behaved, I really, really do not want to live with a cat, like, at all, ever again. I am even willing to drive him a reasonable distance if you are not in philadelphia.
please, if you know of anyone looking to adopt a cat in the area, let them know about squid. I have a feeling he’s a good one (or, as good as a cat can be)
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