Like so many cats who live on the streets, Buster once had a home, but was abandoned and left to fend for himself outside. Luckily, Buster started hanging around the homes of two people who happen to be cat rescuers, and they brought him inside.
Buster was examined by a veterinarian and his age was estimated to be 5-7 years. His vaccines were updated, he tested negative for FIV/FeLV, and was microchipped. He was also given a flea and parasite preventative. It was noted that his teeth were in poor condition, so he had the necessary dental work done.
He currently lives in a foster home with other cats, and his foster parent says everyone gets along. Buster is very gentle and easygoing, and enjoys snuggling with his foster parent on the couch. He seems so grateful to be off the streets and being given a second chance. He has excellent litterbox habits, and seems to prefer canned food over dry.