Champ looks like a gray-and-white teddy bear come to life! He has big round eyes, a sweet face and a soft plush coat that just begs to be stroked. He originally came to Kitten Rescue when he was trapped at a feral colony in 2003 and it was discovered that Champ wasn't feral at all! He was adopted soon after, but was returned in 2010 with another cat after his owners were divorced.
Champ is very friendly to everyone he meets and seems to get along well with his feline cohorts at the Sanctuary. He is very gentle and enjoys being held and cuddled.
Champ was at one time thought to be diabetic, and his blood sugar has since been monitored even though he does not require insulin injections. He does receive dietary supplements, however, with his food to correct his potassium deficiency. Should he be adopted, both of these conditions would have to be monitored- but he is otherwise very healthy and does not require much in the way of special care. He is very laid-back and easygoing, and asks only for a comfortable place to curl up near you.
Champ has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, tested for FeLV/FIV, de-wormed and de-flead and is ready to start a new life in a loving forever home!
If you are interested in learning more about Champ or in adopting him, please click here to email his foster parent.
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