Senior Sammy Goes To Cat Town

Recently an 8-year-old almost blind cat named Sammy was brought to San Francisco Animal Care & Control (SFACC). Sammy’s owner had died and he was holed up in a dark garage, fed by concerned neighbors.

Unfortunately Sammy didn’t pass medical behavior at SFACC, so he couldn’t go up for adoption there.

But TKR, besides caring for kittens, also rescues and fosters many at-risk senior cats each year.

So TKR‘s Toni and Linda worked their magic (and their connections!) and on Monday April 16th they chauffeured Sammy to the Oakland rescue called Cat Town. Sammy’s now living a life of light, love and comfort while looking for a new home. Here’s Sammy’s adoption page on Cat Town’s website.

If you’ve never visited the Cat Town Cafe, don’t wait! It’s a must see destination for cat lovers.
Cat Town