My name is Oreo or, as my foster likes to call me – Captain Lover Cat. I am a shorthaired black and white sweetheart with a reverse soul patch, white paws and deep gold eyes. I was brought into the shelter dirty and paralyzed, and terrified, but I have made a full recovery!
I am young and playful, and like other cats. I show no sign of whatever caused my paralysis and the shelter found nothing wrong. I love to sit on people. I love to play. I have a Siamese meow which I only use when I am in a carrier (yuck). I love attention. My foster mom estimates I am around a year old, as she says I am still very young and playful.
In summary, I am a very friendly cat who adores people and other cats and is very outgoing. I am just waiting for a permanent person to call my own. I am neutered, FELV/FIV negative, up to date on my shots, and healthy.
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