My name is Verdi!

American Shorthair Cat for adoption in New York, New York - Verdi
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Little Wanderers

Facts about Verdi

  • Breed: American Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Look no further! Verdi (aptly named after the composer) is the ONE you've been waiting for!
He's what we call a "self-rescue." On June 20, 2017, Verdi ran to us looking for food. He ate 3 cans in in about 10 minutes! A voracious appetite. We scooped him up, kissed him, and boom! Verdi was rescued.
He's approximately 2 1/2-3 years old and very friendly. Other cats are A-ok with Verdi. He tested Felv(+) and has been re-tested to confirm results. He is a very healthy boy and has his whole life ahead of him.
He is neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped, parasite free and felv(+) and FIV(-). He has been sitting in a crate for 38 days now. He needs a foster to adopt or straight out adoption.
Feline Leukemia positive cats can live long, healthy lives and deserve to do so. He was dying to be rescued. Let's give him the chance he begged for.

If you have a home with other Feline Leukemia positive cats, he's the one. If you have no other cats, he's the one. He's truly the one.
Verdi, we heard your song. Now, we want to dance to your music! Rescue him!

Email or text 917-617-1669

About Little Wanderers

About Our Rescue Group...

Little Wanderers is a small group of animal rescuers who are passionate about the welfare of NYC’s large feral cat population. Our primary activities are trapping, immunizing, neutering and releasing at risk cats, but we also facilitate adoption when appropriate. We work in the most difficult areas of the Bronx and Harlem, where other trappers do not like to go!
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Come Meet Our Pets...

Please contact to arrange to meet any of our adoptable cats or to inquire about any cats not listed here, volunteering, or questions!

Our Adoption Process...

We have a thorough adoption process that begins with an adoption application. Upon acceptance of the application we will conduct a home visit to determine if the home is safe and appropriate for a cat. Then we work out transportation arrangements to get your new pet home! You can visit potential pets in foster care once we have a completed application for the cat.