The shelter staffers think that once Cola finds a loving home, he might not need his two ball routine anymore, because he will ideally be getting plenty of attention and exercise. For now, though, it helps him through his time at the shelter, which has already been much too long.
Cola will need to be the only pet in his new home, at least at first while he gets adjusted. He would also do best in a home with adults or older children only, because, with his current ball attachment, he might not understand if a young child tried to take a ball out of his mouth. He's sweet, friendly and loves to play, and deserves to finally find his perfect family.