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Little man

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About

Breed

Domestic Shorthair

Age

0-1 Year

Gender

Male

Size

Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Unknown

Spayed/Neutered

Yes

Current on Vaccines

Unknown

Specialized Care

  • None

Location

Greenville, OH

Biography

This sweet little guy just showed up very sick with a respiratory infection. I took him to the vet and tested for feline leukemia, all test came back negative. It was just a little infection or perhaps allergies. They treated him and he is doing much better now, but needs to find a forever home because we cannot keep him! We are to full capacity here and cannot take any more cats. He is very loving and just wants to be inside and around you all the time! He’s very tiny. I don’t think he’s even a year old. However, he has been neutered already. I have posted on social media, but no one has claimed him . So we just need to get this little guy off the street into a wonderful, loving home! He purrs a lot despite his struggles, but has a soft little meow unless he’s trying to tell you something important! He wanted to love and purr, even when he was sick, and could barely breathe through his nose. I hope he can find a wonderful forever home very soon because like I said, we cannot keep him and I hate to put him back out on the street! Most of the neighbors around us are very kind towards the cat but we do have one neighbor who didn’t does not like cats being around and I’m afraid that something harmful might be done to him.

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