The foster/rescuer has multiple fosters coming in & out of her home, so she is trying to find a new home for Pump where he can be out of a large dog crate and get the love & attention he needs. He will be a cat who will be an awesome companion cat. He loves attention, loves to tell you about his day, loves to be near you, loves to play with toys, loves to eat and he loves all the fosters but he isn't allowed near them. Pump would be great with others cats who also have FELV+and he is used to small dogs (yorkies).
She absolutely couldn't leave him on the streets, sick & starving. He's a talker, very smart, very thankful to be rescued and he loves to rub up and down his crate's sides asking for pets. Pump is now really healthy, rehabilitated to the best of his ability and up-to-date on shots plus he's microchipped. Unfortunately, he's the last to get attention b/c she's caring for the others and waits to touch him last with gloves so as not to spread anything. He has so much love to give....won't you consider taking Pump into your home? Let's rescue him ALL THE WAY! You will not be sorry....
Color/Breed: Domestic Short Hair (DSH) Black Cat
Age: 3 years old
Litterbox Trained: Yes
FELV/FIV tested: Yes, Positive for FELV (needs special home with other FELV cats or only kitty)
Shots Up To Date: Yes
Good with Cats/Dogs/Kids
Indoor Only Kitty
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The TNR Project is always adding volunteers who want to learn to TNR in their neighborhoods and help others control the feral, stray & homeless cat populations. TNR has been proven to be the ONLY effective method to controlling the ever-mounting cat populations. We have saved 1000+ lives in 2015 alone!
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