found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
My first wish was easy, “Turn me into a lion!” Well, the leprechaun just looked at me shaking his head. He told me I can do better than that. So after thinking a bit, I commanded, “Tell me where your pot of gold is.” After heaving a sigh, he whispered its location in my ear.
Capturing leprechauns makes me hungry, so my second wish was, “Bring me some Irish stew!” And BANG! I had a big bowl of Irish stew for lunch.
When I was done cleaning my whiskers, the leprechaun urged me to make my third wish. I bet you know what I wished for… Some fresh green shamrock leaves to roll in! What, you thought I was going to wish for a home? Even I know that a leprechaun can’t create a home for me, only you can do that. And you don’t even have to go as far as Ireland to visit me. All you have to do is come to Max Fund. I’ll be waiting in the FeLV room.
I am a happy, playful cat. I have tested positive for FeLV and FIV. Feline leukemia and FIV are contagious to other cats, but not to humans or other animals. I’m not worried that I may not live as long as other cats, because I know that our time together will be full of love and joy. I just may live longer than other cats too. Cats with FIV and FeLV can still live long, healthy lives. I’m even available to be fostered, if you like that option better. That means you get all the love from me and the joy of having my company, but MaxFund takes care of my medical needs (with their clinic).
So why don’t you make me feel like the luckiest cat in the world and come visit me. I might even tell you which parts of my story are blarney. Maybe I’ll share the location of the pot of gold with you. And even if I don’t, I bet I will still enrich your life. Until we meet, “Tá mo chroí istigh ionat.”