Our newest foster cat.Mum came out from work (a very quiet place way out from town along the highway) and found him sitting on her car. He ran off at first but when she called him, he came over and rubbed against her. So she brought him home with her and called me. He had a tear in his ear from either fighting or a scissor cut, but it has healed quite well. I checked him for a microchip the next day at the vets. None. I put ads in the local paper and posters up for a few weeks, sent an email to vet clinics with his picture, and called the RSPCA. No luck. He was so skinny, but so loving, and sooooooooo hungry!We surmised that he'd been dumped, poor kitty. We didn't think we could take him on as a CAA foster cat, and because he was still so young and hadn't started spraying tom cat smell yet, I talked to my local vet and he offered to neuter him for a reduced price. So we got him fixed.He became a kitten all over again, comes with Sasha, Oscar and I when we go for our walks, and he plays with a stuffed koala toy we gave him. He sleeps in the patio every night when we lock the cats inside, and his favourite food is milk or cream.CAA now have a place for him, with us as his carers, and he's up for adoption!