28-Pound Cat Looks For A Forever Family

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Everyone needs a place to call home where we’re accepted no matter how we look or how much we weigh.

Meet Frosty

Frosty is a pretty white and gray cat with amazing golden eyes.

Notable Size

Frosty, weighing in at 28.5 pounds, is a remarkable resident of Richmond Animal Care and Control (RACC) due to both his stature and his engaging nature.

Huggable Furball

The adorable cat is pictured in a recent photo from the shelter curled up in the arms of an animal care worker, his light fur making a striking contrast to the human hug and emphasizing his large frame.

A Piece Of Advice

For anyone thinking about adopting Frosty, the RACC staff has one piece of straightforward but crucial advice: recognize his independence. “We advise you to proceed with caution, but as long as you let him do what he wants, when he wants, everything is fine,” they say.

Weight Loss Journey

Frosty’s weight has a big impact on his journey toward a happy and healthier life. The staff at the shelter believes that when Frosty loses weight in a healthy and regulated manner over time, his “cranky” tendencies will go away and a happier, more contented cat will emerge.

Life Update

Frosty’s improvement since arriving at the shelter has been nothing short of extraordinary, according to a report provided by RACC. They said, “This gentleman has definitely come out of his shell since we last posted him. Frosty is sweet, cuddly, affectionate, and just wants to sit by his human all day.”

The Waiting Game

Frosty needs a cozy place to stay, and the shelter has gone above and beyond to provide that. They’ve made a “Frosty Exclusive” area out of one of their cat rooms so he can feel comfortable while he waits for his forever home.

New Home

With his distinct charm and story, Frosty is still looking for the ideal family to call his home. The shelter is still holding out hope that he will soon find a caring home where he may grow and flourish.

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