Loki was left by his original owner in the market nearby when they moved to a condominium. A friend who runs a small restaurant took pity on him and took him in. Having seen many customers coming and going in the restaurant, Loki is very accustomed to people and would gladly accept affectionate head rubs. Unfortunately the restaurant had to move to a new location on a 2nd floor, thus I volunteered to take him in. We let him roam free on the street outside the house, feed him once a day, and bathe and walk him regularly. The neighbours have no problems with him, instead many have commented on how friendly, handsome and well-kept he is.
Nevertheless, letting him roam outdoors is not a long-term solution and we hope to find him a forever home, especially since he is so friendly to humans. To anyone who is willing to adopt Loki and give him a good environment, we would vaccinate, deworm and spay him free-of-charge upon request.