CARES Homeless Pets Club: Bebe (ADOPTED)

November 27, 2012 

Bebe, who lost his human companion, is looking for someone to help him realize there's still love in this world. Please consider giving him a home.

WANTED: A home without any dogs or cats to take Bebe, a 5-year-old tuxedo cat whose owner died.

Bebe has medium-length hair, is neutered and is up to date on all his routine shots.

Bebe's story is incredible. He was raised by a woman in her home from the time he was a kitten. When the woman went into hospice care, she worried what would happen to Bebe, who didn't know anything beyond the world he shared with her. A hospice social worker promised her that her cat would be taken care of. He has been in the care of FURever Friends ever since, while waiting on the perfect home for him.

Bebe, who has a sweet disposition, would prefer to live in a home without other dogs and cats. He would love to be someone's lap cat.

To schedule a time to meet Bebe in person or to inquire about adopting him, call Angie Stapp of FURever Friends at (478) 955-1183.

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