Pacino is the luckiest kitty ever. Not only was he injured, but he tested positive for FeLV (feline leukemia virus). A very, very special soul saw him and rescued him. Hundreds of dollars were spent to get this boy's injuries tended to, get him vaccinated, neutered, microchipped and back in good health!
Pacino is, hands down, one of the sweetest and most affectionate cats ever. He is extremely sociable and loveable. He makes such a wonderful companion.
Because of the leukemia (which is contagious to other cats, but NOT to dogs, humans or any other critters), he needs to be the only kitty in the home, or in a home with other FeLV+ kitties.
It is imperative he be an indoor only cat, fed a nutritious diet and some immune supporting supplements, which will help to keep his immune system healthy and strong. He is around 2 years old, and so full of love and life.
He deserves the best home ever!
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