Mighty Mo is THE most loving boy ever. He gives hugs, I swear. Mo was born with a defect and had to have his eye removed to make him a happy guy. He is great as he is, and always winking. He is almost 1 year old.
He is also feline leukemia positive. (Best Friends.org, Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a disease in cats that can cause anemia and lymphoma, among other serious illnesses. The good news is that FeLV-positive cats may live many years in a healthy state. There is no set life expectancy for FeLV-positive cats; much depends on the cats immune system and ability to fight the virus. If exposed, some adult cats can fight off the virus, but if they test positive after exposure, it is a lot harder for them to clear themselves of the virus. Cats who fight off the virus develop immunity and become resistant to future infections...) He has a ton of love to give, and deserves to be loved, and cherished, for the rest of his life. He and his siblings were brought to paws and prayers when they were just 6 weeks old. They have been loved and grown into wonderful kittens, very affectionate, playful, and will make a cat lover out of the most adamant skeptic! Please, if you have no other cats, or you already have positive cats, take a minute to consider giving him a loving home for the rest of his life. You can meet him at One of a Kind Pets adoption center, 1929 west market st, akron ohio 44313. Ask to go to the feline leukemia positive adoptables room, and fill out an adoption application there. Please e mail me with any questions you may have.
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