On behalf of an animal charity, I am currently fostering this adorable cat called Mario. Mario was going to be put to sleep by his previous owners as they didn't want him because they were moving abroad.
He is totally healthy and such a cute and loving cat so I couldn't see him being put to sleep with so much love and life to live.
I am fostering him on behalf of a local Manchester based charity called Paws On Hearts. I believe the cost to adopt him would be around £90 but I'm happy to contribute towards this so all you'd pay is £45. All of the money goes to the charity and they will sort that out directly :)
About Mario, he is probably the friendliest cat I have ever had. Loves being stroked and loves bumping his face into mine. Potty trained and loves a good cuddle!
Happy to answer any other questions but to discuss adoption procedures I will need to put you in touch with the lovely women at Paws On Hearts to discuss payment/details etc ...
To discuss Mario with the charity contact them on this page here:
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