Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Brody Hopes the Third Time's the Charm: Opt to Adopt


Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue
Denver, CO

Brody is a handsome brown tabby mancat seeking his forever home.  Brody's story began when a nice veterinarian found him in a mobile spay/neuter clinic.  Even though he was tame, Brody was living with a feral community.  The vet took him to Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue where he lived for years before being adopted with another cat named Timber.

You'd think he'd found his forever home and lived happily ever after, but that's not what happened.  A few months after Brody and Timber were adopted, someone noticed that Timber was living with a feral community.  They contacted Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue who contacted the adopter to find out what was going on.  The adopter claimed that a friend had accidentally let Timber out a few weeks ago.  However, the person who had contacted the shelter told them she'd been feeding Timber for a couple of months.  When the shelter inquired about Brody, the adopter hung up on them.

Eventually the adopter moved into an apartment where cats weren't allowed.  The landlord discovered Brody and took him to Denver Animal Sehlter who returned him to Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue.

Poor Brody is a little nervous right now at the shelter, understandably so.  He enjoys being pet behind his ears.  When he's in the mood, he also enjoys a nice game of chase with the laser pointer.  

Brody is FIV positive.  FIV can only be transmitted to other cats through penetrating bite wounds.  It cannot be transmitted to humans, dogs, or other animals.  Brody is approximately nine years old.  He is neutered, up-to-date on his vaccinations, and microchipped.  He gets along with other cats well.  

You can find this sweet, handsome mancat in John's Room at Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue, located at 2390 S. Delaware St. in Denver, CO.  You can also get more information about Brody by calling the shelter at 303-744-6076.


  1. Poor Brody! Shared and hope he has a truly loving home soon.

  2. Awww! Poor Brody. I had it when people are irresponsible pet owners. They don't seem to understand the value of pets as living beings. I hope that he finds someone who really sees what a wonderful guy he is!

  3. Hope that Brody gets his for ever home this time,xx Speedy

  4. Poor Brody! What a sad story - I hope he gets a new home worthy of him soon.

  5. Oh man, Brody sure deserves a forever home that's going to be forever. We're purring for this sweetie.

  6. Purring that Brody finds the forever home he very much deserves!

  7. What a cutie he is. We sure hope he finds his forever home soon. Poor baby - he deserves the best home ever.

  8. Aaaaaw Poor Brody. Weez sharin' and purrayin'.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

  9. We hope Brody finds a loving home very soon - some people are just so fickle.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

  10. Poor Brody, I pray he gets a forever home soon. I wonder what happened to Timber?

  11. Brody is so handsome, I hope that he finds his real forever home next! Sharing.

  12. What a story! I hope Brody gets the great home and care he deserves. And soon.