This is my Jack.

Some of Jack’s favorite things to do is eat, sleep and play . He’s very shy , I would too if I were left out in the street where humans were very awful to me. His prior home was an apartment where his owners left him in a 90`degree heat in mid summer for over two to three weeks, his owner’s were evicted for non payment of rent. Once he was discovered by the superintendent he ran outside and lived in the area living off of garbage scraps and as cats are “keeping a low profile”. He survived the winters because the superintendents wife would leave the boiler room open slightly in the basement to cool down the room from the intense heat. I guess Jack saw this as an opportunity to get warm. When she noticed he was there along with the other cat that was with him in the abandoned apartment she began to put out dry food. I noticed Jack when he would meet me everyday where I parked my car and followed me in where I began to take a liking to him. After that I would bring them cans of wet food and spend time with them. By this time the other cat was old and beginning to disappear for days at a time until one day he never returned. Jack continued on making friends with other animals in the area and raccoons or at least he thought. One day I go to the room to bring him food and usually when I call him he would immediately answer but not on this day. I call him again and he answers with a faint sound. The light switch was on the other side of the room so I feel my way towards him but he feels wet and it wasn’t raining that day. I go and turn on the light and look at my hands and they are covered in blood. I immediately hear a racoon trying to get back in the room. Apparently, Jack thought they were friendly but that changed when she had cubs and Jack thought it was okay to play with the cubs so the mother really hurt Jack. I go upstairs and get a basin of hot water and hydrogen peroxide with a cotton t shirt I cleaned him up. Two days after I took him to the veterinarian and had his wounds checked and my daughter brought up the why don’t you adopt him. I really had no answer other than, alright.
Today Jack is still scared of people. He is scared of the sounds of plastic bags (I guess that comes from his days of dumpster diving) so when I change the kitchen liners I’m careful to be quiet. I take him for a daily walk in the hallway. However, if he sees someone he runs into the apartment. I was never a cat person yet I understand the meaning of mistreatment and racism.
One thing is for sure. He’ll never have to be mistreated as long as I’m alive. “”

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