Looking for a sweet, very special little girl? I was a stray and rescued by some kind Feline Rescue volunteers. Right now, I'm safe here in a foster home. But I'm really hoping to find a forever home of my own where I can get the attention I crave. I'm shy at first but very affectionate once you get to know me. I'm a pretty brown tabby with big, beautiful eyes.
Unfortunately, I was exposed to the Feline leukemia virus while living outside. Feline leukemia is an immunodeficiency virus and is not transferable to dogs or people. There's no reason I shouldn't have a good home like any other cat. All I care about is that I feel good and happy! I don't need anything special but good food, plenty of toys, and lots of love. Same as any other cat.
I get along with other cats so could also live with another FeLV-positive cat.
I'm a cheerful cat who hopes that someone can give me a home and a wonderful life. P lease call Molly for more information: 651-295-3758 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: In the interest of serving as many cats as possible, Feline Rescue occasionally promotes cats being taken care of by our friends and supporters. The cat(s) in this posting are NOT Feline Rescue cats and any adoption that may occur is an arrangement strictly between two independent parties.
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