They called him "Little Man" at animal control because he was so laid back. In fact, they kept him safe way longer than they
are usually able to, because of his gentle temperament. Eli is cheerful, loves other friendly cats and dogs,
and while he isn't a lap kitty, he comes to you for attention. We would love an in door home that might be able to take him
on a harness or have a safe cat enclosure for outdoor visits. He is healthy, neutered, up to date and just an all around great
addition to any cat-loving home. Please contact foster mom Laurie at
Adoption fee and vet check will apply. This animal is not fostered by OOHW, this is courtesy post.
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