Cats: Handsome Baldwin would like to be the only cat in your life

Friday, April 21, 2017

Handsome Baldwin is shy in group settings
Photo by K.A. Moore Photographyer


"My name is Baldwin, and I am located in foster care with the Seattle Area Feline Rescue. I am definitely a distinguished gentleman, and I know it.

When I first got to the rescue (before I went into foster care with my lovely foster mom), I was extremely scared and shy. I didn't know what was going on, or where my family went. I was told that my mom had to leave me in the care of SAFe Rescue because of some housing situation, and she was very very sad about it.

Since being at the rescue, I noticed that I kept getting passed over by younger, less scared kitties. But I was trying really hard to show the humans that I wanted to go home to my forever home, but I was just too scared and didn't understand what was going on. So that's why the nice people at SAFe placed me in a foster home.

But enough with the sad stuff, you probably want to know a little bit about me! I am 8 years old (still young, people!) with an affectionate and cuddly disposition when I am comfortable with the right person. That's another thing, my former mom said that I tend to bond really strongly with one person. So I would be a great companion kitty, and would make anyone so happy to come home to.

One more thing before I go, I am FIV+ but please don't let that scare you away. I will live a long, healthy life just like any other kitty but I am just a little immune comprised and I will need to be indoors my whole life.

Please come and meet me and give me a second chance at a forever home!"

Baldwin is located in a foster home so if you would like to set up a meet with him, just email



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