Zephyr and Zara are doing great! Getting them was the best decision I could of made!
Hudson was living at the rest stop at exit 170 on interstate 40 in Tennessee. The maintenance workers put food out but we knew with winter coming and temperatures projected to be in the teens, he would have a rough time.
For over a month we would stop in to see if we could catch him but had no luck. One morning he showed up and basically walked right into the cat carrier. He was very fearful when he arrived at Revelation Gardens but is beginning to settle in. He now plays with toys and is becoming more trusting. We are pretty sure he was abused by a woman based on his recoiling whenever approached by a woman and being more at ease with men. We are looking forward to him fully settling in and learning he is safe and has nothing to fear.
We thought he was an older cat based on the white specks throughout his black fur but turns out he is only a little over a year old.
Hudson is up-to-date on his vaccines and has been neutered.
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