Moo and his best friend Sheldonn go together like milk and cookies! These two fabulous felines met at Heartland, but we can't imagine either one of them without the other, so they must be adopted together.
Moo is a handsome black and white cat who was born in 2012. We're not sure how anyone could abandon him since he is such a good boy, but that's what happened. A nice family rescued Moo off the streets but could not keep him. Fortunately, Heartland had room for Moo, and the rest, as they say, is history. Moo is friendly, talkative guy who will call you over to give him head and ear rubs. Sheldonn and Moo tested positive for FIV, but please don't let that deter you for adopting them. Cats who have FIV can live long, wonderful lives. Our staff will be happy to explain FIV to you. While they wait for their forever home, Sheldonn and Moo spend their days wrestling, playing, catching sun rays and trying to bribe treats from staff and volunteers. They are both good with dogs!
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