A cat named Clancy was saved after spending most of his life living in the outdoors. The ginger kitty came with a few battle scars and was tested positive for FIV (Feline immunodeficiency virus).
Despite it all, Clancy loves attention, enjoys talking with people and has the sweetest little meow.
Clancy had been hanging around a Good Samaritan’s home before he was brought into a small local rescue group in Eastern Oregon. Due to limited resources, they were only able to give Clancy a short-term solution.
They reached out to Cat Adoption Team (CAT), a rescue in Sherwood, Oregon, and told that about this sweet, head-butt loving cat. “We were able to get him into our care. How could we resist this offer,” Heather Svoboda of Communications & Development Manager of CAT told.
“His big cheeks and cute squeaky meow were very unique, but he also has a big heart, super sweet disposition, and tons of charm and personality.”
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