Teddy is a handsome young cat that came to us from a local family who took him in as a feral kitten and gave him and his sister a life as barn cats. When Teddy’s sister went missing and the concern grew for him being alone through the winter, as well as the possibility of a lurking predator with the disappearance of many of their chickens also.  Teddy has really settled into life at the Sanctuary. He loves to explore the grounds, accompanies us during chores, is very playful, and enjoys visitors.

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