Hi my name is Stallone and let me tell you, “Life's not about how hard you hit... it's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.” That’s been my motto and namesake! I came into OC Animal Care with full body muscle tremors and suffering from toxicity, but I didn’t give up and the staff here didn’t give up on me! I just kept moving forward! I’m doing great now! I’m a very friendly boy who loves chin scratches. The volunteers and staff appreciate that I’m very good at using my litter box and have good kitty manners. I’m ready to find a loving furever home that will keep me indoors and take good care of me. I’m already neutered so I can go home today!
Last week's Pet of the Week, Nila (A1463055) is still looking for her furever home! Please visit our Pet Adoptions page to see more adoptable pets.
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