I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
I’m a handsome and very special boy named Franklin. I was surrendered to the Fairfax County Animal shelter in early 2009. Though my family had had me since I was a kitten, they gave me up saying I was shy and fearful. I hadn’t been vaccinated or neutered. I also suffered from a very painful condition called eyelid agenesis. Fairfax County and Dr. Corcoran of Veterinary Ophthalmology took good care of me, performing 3 surgeries to correct the issue. I can see just fine, and all the pain I’ve suffered has finally been alleviated. After my surgeries and care by a loving foster family, I’ve also overcome being so fearful. I can be shy and a bit nervous at first (so I’d probably do best in a home without small children). But once I am comfortable with you, you’ll note my sweet countenance, my love of people and cats, and my vocalized ‘trills’ when I’m happy. I love pets and will even roll over for a belly rub. I’ve lived with a cat-friendly dog in the past and also enjoy the company of other cats. I’m so eager to find a loving home with a family I will quickly learn to trust and love.
For more information about adopting Franklin, call 703-385-0224 or email email@example.com.