Mack was living on the streets of West Palm Beach when he was rescued. He was all set to be adopted through a local shelter when it was discovered that he may have been exposed to the feline calici virus (FCV). Although Mack looks and feels fine, he may be a carrier for the rest of his life, so it would be better for him to be adopted into a home where he is the only cat. Plus that way, Mack gets all the attention! He is very friendly, very sociable & outgoing. If you're interested, please call/text Michele at (561) 601-2953.
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