This week's Wet Nose Wednesday spotlight is on Nacho. Nacho is the adoption program from Pet OverPopulation Prevention and he's adoptable right now and looking for his "fur-ever" home.
Nacho is between 3-5 years of age, an orange tabby, and a domestic short-hair cat.
We don’t know how or why Nacho ended up having to survive on his own but luckily a kind person saw he was struggling and came to his rescue!
As can easily be seen from the pictures, this sweet boy is happy, fun, and affectionate, soaking up everything that comes with living safely indoors.
Nacho loves to play and enjoys getting love and attention from his foster family.
In Nacho’s foster home he lives with other cats and dogs; he doesn't mind either of them and would probably do ok with a cat-friendly dog in his forever home and another cat who wants a friend.
Love is really all this guy wants!
Nacho has been neutered, vaccinated, and tested negative for FeLV and FIV. He will also be microchipped as part of his adoption.
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