We had him caged for a while when he first arrived, and he proved to be very ready for contact with humans, welcoming visitors, though occasionally getting a little over-excited. His cage needed to be cleaned several times a day, since he had no control over bladder and bowels; fortunately his stomach seems to be in good order, and his poops are easy to clean up.
|Just hangin' out - MW|
|The slight awkwardness of his back legs can|
be discerned in this photo - CP
|Watching the world from his cat-tree - CP|
Like so many of our cats, this is truly Sanctuary for Honey Bear – he would probably be considered unadoptable by other organizations and his chances of survival would be poor. With us, he has the opportunity to make himself at home, he has the medical monitoring he needs, and he can find many humans who will love him.
Blog by Brigid Coult
Photos by Chris Peters and Michele Wright