Indigo

Indigo

Tired of hearing about bad people doing bad things and not enough about good people making a difference? Then this will brighten your day! There is a kind-hearted woman who feeds feral cats who hang around her office complex. But she also takes that extra step in being responsible and gets them neutered or spayed, and takes injured ones to the veterinarian when necessary. And so begins the story of Indigo. Indigo showed up with the feral group one day and started hanging out with them. After a short while, the kind-hearted woman noticed that Indigo’s tail looked odd – and was getting worse every day. So she decided to trap him (as we know, not always an easy task) and take him to the veterinarian. It turned out that Indigo’s tail had been broken and needed to be amputated. Surgery was done and it was noticed that poor Indigo had lots of scars all over his body, most likely from being bullied by the other cats. And -- best news ever – he wasn’t feral like the others! He was brought to Room 8 Memorial Cat Foundation to take it easy and heal from his ordeal. Now his tail has healed, the fur has grown back, and this little man, once thought to be feral, cannot get enough love and attention from humans! (He also gets along fine with other nice cats) He purrs loudly, gives you head-butts and kisses, constantly does happy feet, and wants lots of petting! And that means he is ready to be adopted into a new, loving, permanent home. Please consider making this sweet 3-year-old boy part of your life.