This is Dickens The Cat:
Dickens is a black, rambunctious boy cat, about 3 months old.
Dickens was rescued by Sante D’Or Foundation, a Los Angeles-based pet rescue agency that holds weekend pet adoptions at For Pets Only, 1903 Hillhurst Ave., L.A., CA 90027.
Dickens was found – and I’m not making this up – by a driver who saw that a cat had been hit by a car. The driver stopped to check the cat’s condition. It was dead. But this mother cat had a tiny kitten – miraculously still alive – in her mouth. True story.
My wife I have been fostering him during the weekdays – tutoring him in the ways of righteousness and allowing our own cats to impart to him various cat skills – then bringing him in to Sante D’Or on the weekends in the hope that he will be adopted by a loving family, preferably one with other companion cats. But he is becoming attached to us and our cats – and vice-versa. We feel like it’s important to adopt him out soon to avoid trauma all around.
Dickens can climb a six foot tall man from foot to head in less than three seconds.
Dickens delights in playing with other cats.
If you have a burning desire to help Dickens be all the cat he can be, let me know, or contact the Sante D’Or Foundation directly (323-788-3638) and say “I’m interested in making sure that Dickens has a long healthy happy life.”
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