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Posted: Monday, August 4, 2014 9:45 am

Roscoe, a handsome buff-colored, long-haired, 2-year-old male has been very fortunate to have found an incredible foster mother who has nurtured him back to good health after being rescued. She reports that he is one of the friendliest and laid back felines she has ever met. He gets along well with other cats and maybe dogs. He is a flexible feline as he can be very independent when you are busy and incredibly snuggly when you want him to be with you. Gentle but playful, Roscoe would be a wonderful addition to any home with a family or just a single parent looking for a friend. The foster mom reports that she has really enjoyed watching Roscoe blossom over the last few weeks. She knows that he will adjust to any situation as long as he is loved and slowly transitioned to his new environment Can you give Roscoe a second chance at a new life in a forever home?

If interested in Roscoe, contact Lost Our Home Pet Foundation at (480) 540-9322 to arrange a meet-and-greet at the Tempe PetSmart, 1140 W. Elliot Road, in The Groves near Priest Road. See him and other adoptable cats and dogs with Lost Our Home Pet Foundation at www.LostOurHome.org. All cats are litter box trained, spayed/neutered, tested for FELV/FIV, current on shots, and 24PetWatch microchipped.

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