YAY!!!! Good you found a home! He is a cutie, but uh not to be weird or anything but uh, is this right to do this?
For example, my neighbors have two cats, they are old and skinny. I didn't know they were hers, figured they were strays, so I left some food outside. Later on, after meeting my neighbor, I inquired if they were hers and she said yes. I asked why they were so skinny and she seemed a little p.oed but politely said they were on some diet food. Anyway, she then commented about how the other neighbor thought they were strays and took them in. He kept them for a month and even took them to the vet, etc. She finally asked around after looking for them and found her cats inside the man's house. She was so p.oed, and said 'why did he take them to the vet?!', she wasn't 'gracious or thankful about him taking care of them, because she felt she was taking good care already. Anyway, she went crazy for that month they were gone.
I don't know if it's right to do this, what if the owners do care about him, maybe he goes inside at night when they aren't working, maybe he's on diet food, maybe he is sick and they are giving him medicine, we don't know this because we didn't ask the owner's permission to take him and give him to someone else. (btw, the declawing issue, put that aside and think if it is still right to take someone else's cat). You know the cat belongs to someone, it's not a complete 'stray'. My JB as well taken care he is, he will gladly go somewhere else for food, especially wet food since I don't give him that every day.
Anyway, I hope this doesn't piss anyone off, but I wouldn't want to be in the owner's shoes when they find their cat is no longer around.