Hi! My name is Trooper! I was found on the streets but that doesn't mean I don't know how to be a gentleman. I impress my foster mom with how well I behave in the house. I love to play with my foster brother and sister, one cat and one dog. My foster brother, cat, and I cuddle all the time. My foster sister and I play too! I like to get her to chase me and then she gets in trouble! I sit and wait, then pounce again when the time is right!
I play with kids too! My foster mom does daycare and I love to play with them. I get extra attention from the kids, who wouldn't like that? I absolutely love to play with any toys that are made available to me, and even if it's not a toy I will figure out how to play with it! My favorite things to play with are dog bones!
Unfortunately I was diagnosed with Feline Leukemia. So this means I can't live with other cats unless they are FelK + too, or have received FelK vaccines! I know that this won't slow me down though, since I have so much love to give and so many laps to nap in! My foster cat sister is Feline Leukemia postivie too, so my foster mom can answer some questions if you have any. Could you be my purrfect family?
I love to be part of the family, and would love to find my own soon!
**Note from Trooper's foster mom**
He is an incredibly sweet cat! I haven't found anything he doesn't like yet, from food to play toys to places to nap. He is incredibly funny and spunky! Trooper is an amazing cat! Don't let the feline luekemia deter you from meeting him. Please ask any questions you may have!
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