Ihop Finds a Fur-Ever Home

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A sweet, handsome boy, the cat who came to be known as Ihop was brought to the Shelter as a stray through the Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) program. It was discovered that he had a bum front leg that needed amputation.

Friends stepped up and funded his surgery.

With his pain and discomfort behind him, Ihop, aptly named by Shelter staff, comfortably recovered in a foster home. Once he healed and got the hang of how to navigate life with three legs, he was put on the adoption floor. 

We are happy to report that Ihop found his fur-ever home on April 27, 2018!

Ihop rests with his cat collar
Ihop rests with his cat collar
Ihop the Cat
Ihop the cat