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Find a friend: Fergus the cat

In Scottish, his name means "angry one." It's tax time, and Americans clearly recognize that Fergus is simply giving Uncle Sam the stink-eye. They approve this message! Truth be told, Fergus is really just a sweet, stray, 1-year-old ginger cat rescued from the mean streets. Veterinarians think he was born with a genetic distortion on the left side of his face, resulting in a silly pet trick — Fergus can roll his tongue. All said, the world's a swell place now that Fergus is safe indoors. He loves snuggling with kids and dogs but should likely be the only feline in the household. Fergus holds regular weekend auditions at local pet supply stores (W-2 form not required to adopt). Accountants welcomed, and there's even a tax-time discount! Meet Fergus and friends in person on Saturday from noon - 4 p.m. inside Westfield Citrus Park Mall for the grand opening of the new Big Cat Virtual Store. Info at StFrancisRescue.org or on Facebook @ StFrancisAnimalRescue. Fergus is vaccinated, neutered, microchipped, and more.

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