Hello my name is Bailey. I am a young man with the most beautiful owl-like eyes. I am a very sweet, friendly kitty and I love to play and cuddle. I love to chase the laser pointer and I sleep on the pillow next to my foster human. I am young and have a lot of energy so I would love to have a buddy to play with.
I was recently rescued from the streets of South Los Angeles where my prior family dumped me. I was trying so hard to find a new home and I would run up to humans that sadly would kick me or chase me away. I had a rough time getting enough to eat with other cats around too. A very nice human got me into the hands of a rescuer who rescued me off the streets.
I am about 1 years old. Like all Stray Cat Alliance cats available for adoption, I have been neutered, current on vaccinations, microchipped, and combo tested negative for FIV. However, there is one thing I should mention - I am FeLV positive. I have been checked out completely. However, because of my FeLV status, I need to be the only cat in the household or live with another FeLV positive cat. FeLV is only contagious to other kitty's (not humans, dogs, rabbits, etc.) Other than that small issue, I am healthy, happy, energetic and full of life.
I really want a human to call my own. It’s been a tough couple of months, but every day I feel more confident and secure that I’ll never be out there fending for myself again. I want a FURever loving home with an experienced cat guardian who will love me for the quirky boy I am.
If you want to adopt Bailey or find out more about him, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jessica at 949-929-6917
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