He's lived on the street and was beat up by kids, but now this sweet kitty is looking for a home.

What Shelter Will Be Taking Care of Him?

Maine Coast Animal Rescue is all about giving animals a better future. The women who own and run the shelter find animals in other states and bring them to Maine for rehabilitation and rehoming. Sometimes these adorable dogs and cats have had a rough life or have been in difficult situations. So they need a family who will care for them and return the unconditional love they desperately want to share.

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Does He Have a Name?

Like this sweet kitty who's had a tough time, living on the streets in another state, and fending for himself, before being taken to a shelter in his state after a group of 'horrible children' beat him up. The shelter was forced to remove one of his eyes but nursed the poor guy back to health.

Maine Coast Animal Rescue via Facebook
Maine Coast Animal Rescue via Facebook

On March 13th, the cat will arrive at Maine Coast Animal Rescue and the folks at the shelter are hoping to find him a wonderful home. Oh, and he needs a name because he's never had one. I would name him Aslan after the lion in 'The Chronicles of Narnia,' because he's brave and loving.

How Do We Get Information About Adopting Him or Another Pet?

If you want to adopt or foster this handsome guy, fill out an application online. Maybe you can be the one to show him that Maine is a wonderful place to live. By the way, for the dog people, the shelter has several dogs up for adoption too. You can see pictures of them on the Maine Coast Animal Rescue website.

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