As his name suggests, this sweet little guy was given a second chance at life when he was rescued from a car engine. In such a short amount of time, Chance has gone through a lot. He had to have his tail amputated due to an injury, one of his eyes removed, and he tested positive for feline leukemia! Now that he’s in the good care of a foster home, he’s ready to find a family who’s willing to give him the wonderful, comfy life that every cat deserves, no matter where they came from!
Chance is super affectionate, and one of his favorite places is people's’ laps. He adores full body pets, and even enjoys a nice footrub (this is good news, as it will help you immensely when it comes time to trim his nails!) Like all young cats, he’s got lots of curious energy, and loves to play.
Since Chance is FeLV positive, he will need to be indoor only, and go to a home without other cats, or one that has other cats that are already FeLV positive. To learn more about it, send us an email! Chance is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, microchipped, and negative for FIV. He is $50 to adopt.
Interested in adopting, fostering or have more questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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