A real looker in person, Oldman's photo doesn't do him justice. He's a handsome cat with vivid blue eyes. And also one of the sweetest cats around. Oldman is friendly to everyone, loves attention, and will gladly relax in your lap. Fine with other cats, he'd love to have a feline cat of two in his new home. He's even good with dogs! He's a mellow cat who is happy spending time with you. And once you touch his soft fur and hear his enormous purr, you'll be happy to give him the love he craves.
We know that Oldman is over eight years old because people had been feeding him on the street, where he was living with feral cats. When he was trapped to be neutered, it was obvious he is not in the least feral. He also test positive for FIV and appears to have either cataracts or glaucoma.
FIV+ cats can lead long and healthy lives. And it is very difficult for other cats to catch unless they get into serious fights that involve biting. Since Oldman is so cat-friendly, it is unlikely he could ever be contagious to another cat.
Sweet Oldman really wants to be part of your family and settle in for years of snuggling. Won't you reach out to this affectionate guy who's been yearning for love for eight long years?
To inquire, please contact Susan at (314) 478-4502 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you can't adopt Oldman but would like to help him pay for a dental and an eye specialist, please consider a tax-deductible donation by using the link below or by mailing a check to Pound Pals (with Cat Aid Fund in the memo), 4502 Tower Grove Place, St. Louis, MO 63110.
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