Adopt-A-Pet at Centre County PAWS
Tolstoy looks like a Russian Blue, a type of purebred cat with a solid gray coat, so he's named after a famous Russian author.
You know -- Leo Tolstoy -- "War and Peace." You've probably heard of him!
He's a very lucky cat. Tolstoy was a scrawny stray with an injured back when he was rescued by a wonderful person who found Tolstoy in his back yard.
Tolstoy was miserable and lonely but a vet fixed him up. His back healed and he gained weight.
Tolstoy's rescuer kept him for a year, but he had too many cats.
And that's why Tolstoy landed at PAWS. He's a very nice boy -- outgoing, friendly, and playful!
Tolstoy's Guardian Angel has generously paid his adoption fee as a gift to his forever family.
You can meet Tolstoy at PAWS, 1401 Trout Road in State College.
Or you find out more about Tolstoy and all the dogs and cats at PAWS by clicking HERE.