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Rocky is a Lover, not a Fighter

Published Oct. 04, 2018

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This gentle fellow is no prizefighter! Rocky is a big, stripy, gray tiger who is a little shy and who is usually found napping with lots of other cats on top of him. He loves to be petted and brushed, and enjoys the comfort of other cats around him. Rocky is waiting patiently for a person or two to go more than a round with him, and keep him forever in their home and hearts. To adopt Rocky or any other cat or kitten, call the Forgotten Felines adoption line at 860-669-1347 or apply online at www.forgottenfelinesct.org.

Find Your Match at Forgotten Felines: Forgotten Felines holds open adoption events every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 153 Horse Hill Road, Westbrook. For more information, call the adoption line at 860-669-1347.

Forgotten Felines is seeking volunteers who can spare just two hours a week to make a difference in the lives of its shelter cats. Volunteers make sure the kitties are well loved, fed, and cared for, and that the shelter is clean and cozy. To join the Forgotten Felines team, call the volunteer line at the number shown above.

Story by Laura Stroehlein

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