Devotional…that’s the best way to describe Julian. He LOVES. He wants to be close. He snuggles. He’ll sit on your lap anywhere, any time, for as long as you let him. He’ll sleep on your bed. If you want a cat that will LOVE, LOVE, LOVE you…this is Julian.
He’s one very special boy who had a rough start. When he came into Stray Cat Blues foster care about three months ago – he only weighed five pounds. His paws were burned and filled with puss. It’s hard to imagine who would be cruel to such a sweet kitty, but that bad situation is behind Julian now. He’s safe and his true adoring personality has flourished. He now weighs 9 pounds and is such a handsome fella who doesn’t like the camera flash – closes his eyes every time.
With each day of kindness and good food, Julian blossoms. He does have a heart murmur but with good vet care, a nutritious diet of canned and dry food, and lots of love – Julian will be a great addition to any family for years to come. He would be most comfortable in a home as the only kitty. His foster home has too many cats and that is a struggle for him.
Julian deserves a second chance. He’s now fully vetted and microchipped and patiently waiting to find his “furever” home. Could that be with YOU? His foster mom prefers non-smokers only.
Julian is neutered, litterbox trained, is up to date on vaccinations, and tested negative for FeLV and FIV. He is also microchipped!
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