Charlie and his littermates, Franklin and Benji, were pulled from a high kill shelter. With so many homeless litters, every litter was at risk. Charlie also came home with his new honorary brother from another litter, Dexter, who was all by himself. The kittens battled a kitty cold during their time at the shelter and shortly after coming into their new foster home. Charlie was having difficulties recovering and it was found that he calicvirus. While Charlie is able to live a completely normal life, he will often come down with colds and have a tendency to sneeze and be congested. This is something that an adopter would need to understand. He will never get over it and it will come and go throughout his lifetime. However, he is capable of living a long and happy life, though it is contagious to other cats.
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