At 15 years old, Sam is one of our oldest kitties available for adoption. Once upon a time he was a TNVR (trap-neuter-vaccinate-return) cat whose caregiver was able to bring inside; he is now willing to be a pampered house cat but can be a bit picky about his feline friends. Sam is very sweet with a big personality. He prefers his cat food with gravy and adores chin scratches.
Sam is a special needs kitty as well – he is diabetic and prone to UTIs. Looking at him, you’ll see that one ear has a hematoma – it looks a bit crumpled. This isn’t causing him any discomfort at this time but it does get a bit gunky so the medical team flushes it frequently. Sam’s adoption fee has been sponsored by Home Team Lending! Please give us a call at 772-223-8822 to schedule an appointment to meet with Sam and the rest of his adoptable friends!
Humane Society of the Treasure Coast | 4100 SW Leighton Farm Ave | Palm City, FL 34990
About the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast (HSTC)
Founded in 1955, HSTC is the only open access, no-kill nonprofit animal welfare organization operating in Martin County. HSTC accepts animals regardless of health, age, temperament or breed. With 3,000 animals being rehomed annually through progressive adoption programs and other services, HSTC has joined leading shelters in our state and country focusing on lifesaving culture change in the communities we serve. As a result of our commitment to excellence and fiscal responsibility, HSTC consistently receives 4-star ratings from Charity Navigator. Join our no kill efforts and help us provide quality medical care, shelter, and enrichment to animals in need. Learn about all of our giving opportunities at www.hstc1.org/give.