Sully has had a rough few years on the streets in a small town south of St. Louis. He was caught as a stray and impounded in Bonne Terre where he waited and waited for months for someone to adopt him. A kitty advocate put out a plea for a rescue to save him and find him a forever home. As soon as his foster mama saw his face she knew she had to save him.
He is the most loving, affectionate, laid back kitty ever. He loves to give head butts and loves to be petted. He will reach out for more when his foster mama stops petting him!
Sully has had some skin issues so he made a trip to the doctor. The doc diagnosed it as allergies, and with some medicine and a better diet, his fur is getting fuller and shinier!
Sully is neutered, micro chipped and up to date on vaccinations. He tested negative for FeLV, but was positive for FIV. FIV is not contagious or a death sentence. He can live with other kitties just fine! He just needs to stay inside and have regular checkups to catch anything early, like an upper respiratory infection early so he can be treated.
If you have room for a big ole tomcat who will love you unconditionally and never let you forget how much he appreciates you, lets set up a meet and greet!
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