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Frozen Cat Found Stuck to Container Outside TGI Friday's Heads to Fur-Ever Home

Schooner miraculously survived frigid temperatures before he was found last month in Dedham

An "easy-going and friendly" cat is searching for his forever home after he was found frozen and stuck to a shipping container in Dedham, Massachusetts.
Animal Rescue League of Boston

Three weeks after a cat was found frozen and stuck to a shipping container outside a Massachusetts restaurant, the animal has found a new home.

Schooner was found in the early hours of Dec. 18 outside the TGI Friday's in Dedham. An animal control officer from the town contacted the Animal Rescue League of Boston, which took him in.

The cat has been recovering ever since. He went up for adoption Wednesday afternoon and left a short time later with his new family, according to the ARL. A spokesman called it "a great ending to what could've been a tragic story."

A photo of Schooner as he was getting ready to go to his new home Wednesday. Credit: Animal Rescue League

It is unclear how long Schooner was frozen to the container but, miraculously, he did not get hypothermia, according to the ARL. He showed signs of living outdoors, had a fractured tooth and was described as "very thin" when he was found.

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