Harley needs a furever home as soon as possible...

Harley is a sweet boy, currently being fostered in Woodbridge, NJ at an Angel PAWS volunteer's home.

The situation is becoming a little desperate - you see, Harley is a sweet, sweet boy who loves belly rubs and wants nothing more than to be with humans...but Harley doesn't love other cats, so he has to be kept segregated from the foster family's resident cats.

He's lonely and wants and NEEDS people to call his very own.  Won't you PLEASE consider taking Harley into your home?  Cats are easy to care for - all they really want is a couple of meals a day, a clean litterbox, and LOVE.  Harley can give that to you and much, much more...cats enrich our lives incredibly.  When I adopted my Oreo, all I could think of was, "Why didn't I do this sooner?"  Oreo was the love of my life - Harley can be yours! And if you can't take this boy in, think of your friends who might benefit from having him come into their hearts and spread the word!

Here's a video that his foster mom posted on YouTube - please watch it to learn more about Harley.

This is Harley's foster mom's information:

Harley was found outside, hungry and unable to walk on one of his rear legs. A rescuer was able to trap him and get him to the vet. It was found that he had an infected abscess on his paw as well as some already healing wounds on his body. He was given an antibiotic and the abscess is healing. He had it very rough outside since he had no idea how to survive.

He loves pets and belly rubs and will let you know when he wants more. He's about 2 or 3 years old and tested negative for FIV and FeLV. He has been neutered and is up to date with routine shots. He does have a hematoma on his left ear so it flaps over giving him even more character. It does not cause him any pain or discomfort.

If you're interested in adopting Harley, please contact me, Angel PAWS or his foster mom.  Even if you're not in the immediate area - we'll figure out a way to get you and Harley together for a meet and greet!!  And please pass the word along!  Thanks!!