Bravo is a friendly and outgoing young adult neutered male cat. He was brought to the shelter with severe wounds to his rear right leg. Unfortunately, these wounds were so severe that we had to amputate his leg. Despite going through such a significant surgery, Bravo is just as happy and sweet as ever! He loves people and is very talkative. When visitors talk to him though his cage he immediately starts purring and rolling around. He loves attention!
Bravo is healing up well from his surgery, but it would be ideal if he could continue his recovery out of the shelter setting and in a comfy and loving home. At this time he is walking, standing, and using his litterbox without issue. However, he is currently confined to a cage. In a foster home he would be able to move around more, which would be helpful in his recovery and healing. We are looking for a foster family for Bravo that would be able to foster him for a period of four months. During his time in foster the Humane Society will provide medical care at no cost as he continues to heal from his surgery. All necessary supplies- food, litter, etc would also be provided. At the conclusion of his foster period, and once medically cleared, he will be available for adoption. His foster family would have ‘first dibs.’ 🙂
Please contact Aspasia Yeager, foster coordinator, with any questions about Bravo’s needs. She can be reached at Aspasiay@humanesocietyhbg.org or by phone at 717-564-3320 ext 108. To meet Bravo, please fill out and submit this application: https://humanesocietyhbg.org/home/cat-adoption-application-online/. Someone will be in touch to set up a meet and greet appointment.