What a story Patrick has. He was so scared and withdrawn when he came to the shelter we didn't think he would ever be able to be in a home. But he's worked so hard to overcome his fears that he now greets each person that comes into the room by weaving happily through their legs and waiting for his pets. He looks forward to the time he gets to be out and about with everyone.
Patrick has both Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), but he's currently healthy and happy. He will need to be an indoor-only kitty and can only live as an only cat or with another FeLV cat, but he'll be a great cat if you're looking for just one.
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