A ginger feline couldn’t find a home since he is extremely exceptional. He spent a long time living in a confine at the vet’s office, trusting somebody would take him home.
Meet Benny the feline!
Benny or Benjamin Hugo Noggin and his four siblings were left behind after their human mom passed away. Losing his human shattered his world, and Benny was scared and confused. A few good Samaritans stepped in and found homes for the other four cats, but no one wanted to take Benny.
The ginger boy is blind and has hydrocephalus, a build-up of fluid in the brain. He was taken into a vet’s office in Northern California where it became his temporary home. Every day Benny looked through the cage door, hoping someone would scoop him up and give him a forever home.
But no one came, so the vet’s office reached out to a local rescue for help. When Milo’s Sanctuary (in Burbank, California) learned about Benny’s story, they knew just the perfect home for him.
It’s been about two months since Benny came to Milo’s Sanctuary. He is loving every bit of his new life.
“Through all the changes, Benny has remained a sweet, gentle boy with a goofy sense of humor. He loves his food, toys, and his brand new scratching post!”
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