Ahoy there. I'm Captain. I was rescued from a high-kill shelter with my brother Morgan and my mom. We were just tiny babies then--now I'm about 5 years old--I'm not sure why no one has adopted me yet...I'm pretty handsome if I do say so myself. I'm nearly all white, with a black patch over my eye, a dot on my side and a white tail.
Mom says I'm a chatterbox. I like to let everyone know where I am. I love to talk to you, and I love for you to talk back to me. I LOVE my food and I'm always hungry...and I'm happy to tell you about it.
I do well with more submissive cats, but get very intimidated by more assertive cats. It would probably be better if I'm adopted solo or with my bro, Morgan. That way there is more of me to cuddle. I'm fine with dogs.
I do appear shy at first, but once I know you, I will give you all the cuddles and head butts I can muster.
Fill out an adoption application at http://www.illinoisanimalrescue.org/adoption-application.html?view=form.
All cats are spayed or neutered, microchipped, current on their vaccinations, feline leukemia/FIV tested, per age; flea/tick preventative and urgently awaiting adoption!
The dogs and cats are so very appreciative of your support. Together we can save these forsaken loving 'innocents' who are condemned to death.
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