This stunning blue-eyed boy is named Dylan! Dylan came to City of Elderly Love, along with 2 of his former housemates, after they were rescued from a holding case in Philadelphia along with over 50 other cats. Despite there being so many cats living in deplorable conditions, the cats were all relatively healthy despite some scrapes and scratches. Dylan is now safe in a quiet foster home with one of his housemates/siblings and is looking for a forever home where he can forget his past!
Dylan is around 5 years old and has a unique mostly white coat with splashes of gray. What stands out the most about Dylan are his stunning sky blue eyes. Because they didn't have enough people to give all of the cats individual attention, our former hoarding cats are all currently learning to trust their human buds, but Dylan has shown great progress in only a few weeks. He enjoys being petted and getting head and back scratches and even doesn't mind being picked up. He is living with a small child in foster care who makes him pretty nervous so he steers clear of her and seeks attention from his adult friends instead. He'd likely do best in a home with older kids who will allow him the space and appropriate attention he enjoys. Dylan is currently living with cats and doesn't seem phased by dogs! While he will need a patient and understanding family who will continue to help him come out of his shell, we think Dylan is going to make an amazing addition once he's settled in and has fully learned how great the good life is!
Dylan is available for adoption through City of Elderly Love. He is neutered and vaccinated and will be microchipped prior to going to his forever home. He is also FIV & FeLV negative. Interested in meeting him? Visit www.cityofelderlylove.org to complete an online adoption questionnaire or email us at email@example.com!
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