Mexico City, Mexico – A sociable, young Sphynx cat is in need of a new home after being rescued from a Mexican prison. As reported by ABC News Daily, the year-old cat was abused by inmates at the Cereso 3 prison in Ciudad Juárez.
The hairless, gray cat was rescued during a police raid at the prison facility; his body has tattoos that are associated with a gang affiliated with the Sinaloa cartel.
Despite the cat’s harrowing past, he appears to be in good health. Cesar Rene Diaz, Ciudad Juárez’s ecology director, said, “The cat is very sociable and is in great shape, with no infections.”
A city committee will choose a new home for the cat by March 1.
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