It is with very heavy hearts, we announce Phantom's passing on July 19, 2017, after extensive metastases of lymphoma was discovered during exploratory surgery. Since his rescue almost six months ago, Phantom was loved, cared about, fed the best food, accepted and watched over by his incredible foster parents, Colleen and Rich. It was the most love he had ever known. He enjoyed every day with his foster family, even as his health began to fail. Rest well, little man. You deserve a medal of honour.
Color: DSH Black & White
Age: Born Approx. May, 2014
Gender: Neutered male
Phantom (new name) was an owner surrender. We were told his life was in peril. He was previously neutered but has now been vet checked and vaccinated by PAW.
Although we think Phantom may have been disregarded in his previous home, we don't feel he suffered any kind of physical harm. He wasn't shy or frightened when he arrived in his foster home. And although he hadn't lived with other cats, he wasn't put off by having to share his space with several new feline roommates and a rabbit. But he hasn't really joined in the fun and games, at least at this point; he's more one to be on the sidelines, quietly observing all the goings-on in a very gentlemanly and reserved fashion. What he enjoys more overtly are his interactions with people and, for some reason, is particularly fond of adult males. He will nuzzle and groom your face (if you'll let him). He's snuggly too, on a lap or chest, or your outstretched legs. At night, he would like to join his foster parents on their bed - but it's too crowded for hiim so finds a little spot elsewhere. Phantom has already learned his new name, a sure sign of his intelligent and charming nature.
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