Hey there from Lyla. I am a very nice young lady who would love to be a part of your family family. I can appear a bit shy at first, but I bet you are just the thing I am looking for to bring me out of my shell. I am quite affectionate with people who take the time to get to know me. Please come visit soon!
Unfortunately, Lyla is one of our leukemia kitties. Feline leukemia is a viral infection that attacks a cat's immune system and makes him or her susceptible to other ailments such as anemia and various forms of cancer. The typical lifespan for a leukemia positive cat is between three and five years after infection. Feleuk is spread to other cats through intimate contact such as mutual grooming and sharing of food bowls and litter boxes, so Lyla would need to be in a single cat household or in a home with other leukemia positive cats. If you would like more information, please contact the shelter.
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