Julius was brought to a city pound, dehydrated, underweight and with a severe case of mange, where he was going to be euthanized. A Kitten Rescue volunteer spotted him there and he was brought to our sanctuary. After a dose of medication and fluids, this boy put on 3 pounds in less than a week and his recovery was speedy after that! He has permanent eye condition called symblapheron, meaning that part of his inner eye is attached to the cornea. This results in a chronic weepy eye that will need to be monitored. Julius is an alpha male and would prefer to be in a home with a non-alpha kitty (he and another sanctuary foster, Leo are great play buddies!) or as an only cat. This boy loves pets and attention from the people around him!
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