Gaston was part of feral colony that one of our volunteers was helping with the TNR and bringing them to our clinic for spay/neuter. He was neutered at Good Mews and returned back to his colony. A couple of months after his neuter, his caretakers asked if he could come back to Good Mews, to stay. He was very sweet and friendly, and they felt he was better suited for indoor life and that he wouldn’t have a problem finding a family of his own. We were happy to take this handsome boy in and he’s showed us nothing but love and gratitude since he walked back into the shelter.
Gaston has a very easy-going personality and he loves every human he meets. He enjoys being petted and loved on, and once he finds his new home, we’re certain he’ll love the life of an indoor kitty. Having his own soft bed, and someone to snuggle up with on the couch has been a dream of his for a long time. And we’re pretty sure he is close to finding his dream home!
Even though Gaston has a crinkled ear due to a past infection, we think it makes him even more handsome and charming looking. His ear is fine, his family will just need to stay on top of keeping his ears clean to prevent any future issues.