Colin walked into a North Lawndale high school in January. Luckily a kind-hearted teacher brought him home so he wouldn’t have to go back outside on a zero degree day! All efforts to find his family failed; he wore no tags and wasn’t micro-chipped.
Colin loves people of all ages – including children and can probably share a home with cat-friendly dogs. He is perfectly litter box trained, and loves a scratching post. He loves all toys, balls and catnip sacks. He even lets you trim his nails. And, when you talk to Colin, he talks right back. You can practically have a conversation with him.
Colin is healthy, neutered, up to date on rabies and distemper vaccines and micro-chipped. He has tested positive for the Feline Leukemia virus so he should be the one and only feline in the home, unless you have another FeLV-positive cat.
To meet and possibly adopt Colin, please contact his foster mom Anne at email@example.com or 773-576-5085. His adoption fee of $50 benefits
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