My name is Kayden, which might be an unusual name, but it has a special meaning. You see, I was found in a yard living under a truck and was all dirty and crying. The lady there knew my foster mom so she asked her to help me. My name is actually a combination of the two children that she has. The little boy was so happy that the the kitty was named after him. See my video playing with Mr. Lion at http://youtu.be/lWmefOwyMkg .
Unfortunately, the doctor found that I tested positive for the Feline Leukemia virus, so now I have to be all alone and can't play with the other kitties here. When I first got here I didn't even know what a toy was, but now I love to play with the balls and I even like to steal my foster mom's little stuffed lion and wrestle with him (that's him in one of the pictures). My foster mom says I have the prettiest green eyes and markings. I LOVE kitty treats (my favorite are the Whisker Lickins) and chicken! I am very cuddly and love to play. If I am not an only kitty, I would need a playmate who also has the same affliction as I do. But don’t worry, you cannot catch it—it only affects cats! I would love you so much if you give me a chance!
SPECIAL NEEDS: FeLV positive Should not be housed with other cats who do not have feline leukemia. If you would like to find out more about me, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 920-234-5995. If you are interested in adopting, just fill out a cat adoption application at http://purrfectmatch.rescuegroups.org/forms. There is no obligation, and the information you give helps us help you.
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