Butler was a kitten when he wandered up to someone’s house, looking for help. He was living all alone outside, trying to fend for himself. It was really scary for him, because he was still a little guy and all the strange noises at night frightened him. And he stayed hungry. When he stumbled across the house, he was so happy. The kind lady started feeding and caring for him, but she was unable to bring him inside. Butler was OK with that; as long as he was fed and had somewhere to sleep at night.
But then one day the lady saw that he was badly hurt. She took him to the vet and it was determined that his leg was broken. The lady could not afford the surgery, so she said she had to euthanize him. Because Butler was young and full of life, the vet did not want to end his life, so Good Mews was contacted. We said we would be happy to help Butler.
He had surgery on his leg, a few weeks of cage rest, and now he is good to go! His leg healed nicely and now it is time for Butler to find his new home. He is an awesome boy with loads of personality. He is very active and loves to run and play. He also enjoys the company of other cats so he must be adopted into a home where another playful cat lives. Butler is a little shy with people and will take awhile to warm up to new humans. So he will need a quiet home with a patient adopter.