.Is it enough to be cute, lovable, affectionate, playful and oh so sweet ? I hope so because I am all those things. My history is blurry since I was found all by myself outside of a warehouse. Obviously not feral, I must have been someone's kitty at one time. Don't know what happened but I found myself outside without protection. As a result, I contracted FELv which is kitty leukemia. That's the bad news. The good news is that I am very healthy and being well cared for with good food and loving companionship. I should live a long life. Because of the leukemia I must be in a home with no other cats or with another cat with leukemia. Kitty leukemia cannot be contracted by other non-feline animals or humans. There is no reason that I cannot be considered for adoption as long as my adopter is aware of these facts. Please open your heart and your home and let me walk in.
PS- see the picture with my best friend Blossom also leukemia positive
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