Toby and friends

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Toby came to Happy Cats when he was found abandoned outside as a catolescent. He was always a wild child, ready to tumble and wrestle at the drop of a cat toy.

A friendly little guy, he was adopted quickly but proved to be too much for his new kitty friend, who wasn’t quite the party animal Toby was.

Along came Jessica, with her busy teen-filled home, dog and cats. She had adopted sweet Calypso, but she was intimidated by their activity and had to come back. We all hoped that Toby might be a better match.

Toby quickly fit right in with his new family, loving the dog and his new cat friends who liked to play as much as he did. All was well in paradise, until one of the teens grew up and found a home of her own, taking his playmate with her.

It seemed that everyone was a little lonely, so a new little playmate was found, both for Toby and for Mom. It turns out Toby had mellowed over that year and now he’s the loving uncle to his new little friend, teaching him the ropes and making sure he gets as much cuddle time as he needs!

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