Gulliver's current foster family saved this spectacular feline from the streets in January. He is a sweet, gentle boy; beautiful on the inside and out. Very laid back, he won't cause you any trouble. He's very neat using his litter box - no mess, doesn't jump or climb or scratch anything (except his scratch post); he's very civilized.
Gulliver is not a clingy, needy cat, nor is he a skittish one. He won't want to lie around your neck, nor will he panic at household noises, but will choose to be near you if he can. He loves to play but is happy to chill out and relax too. Gulliver is a serene, independent confident cat who would thrive in a calm environment.
We love Gully-bear but we cannot keep him; house full of feral rescues who won't even get along with each other. We have no more above ground rooms so poor Gully lives in an unfinished basement, alone most of the time... he can't even look out a window. Gulliver is 5 years old, neutered, vaccinated and fully vetted. He is FIV positive but our vets agree he is healthy and can live a long, normal life, provided he has a good diet and a safe, indoor only home.
Please consider finding room in your home and your heart to welcome this great cat into your life. You will be so glad you did but if, for any reason, it doesn't work out we will take him back and continue searching for his forever home.
Gulliver is participating in our Courtesy Adoption Posting Program and is not the property of Toronto Cat Rescue. Toronto Cat Rescue does not accept responsibility for any pet placements that result from this service. If you need more info or would like to adopt please contact Heather directly: 905-294-7001. Thank you!
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