Pele

Pele is a sporty, athletic, active, fun and playful, one-year-old, male patch tabby looking for a loving home. 
 
This sweet and affectionate boy was hanging out on the steps of a restaurant on Easter Sunday when cat-lover Maria jogged by. She bent over to say hello, and little Pele gave a tender little meow and climbed into her arms. She brought him home but before she introduced him to her other two cats, she brought him to a vet for a check-up. When Pele tested positive for Feline Leukemia, she was heartbroken, but knew he's destined for a loving home. Since he's segregated from her other cats in her bedroom, he snuggles in her arms each night. 
 
In three weeks, Pele has grown from 6 to 8.5 pounds and still gaining. He's perfectly well-behaved at home; he uses his litter box and cat scratching post. He's still in the process of getting fully-vetted, neutered, and getting his eyes checked out by a third vet to see if surgery will help him with his sight ¿¿¿. But, even with his squinty eyes, he navigates quite well. To meet and possibly foster or adopt Pele, please contact Maria at peckjohn@sbcglobal.net or 630-660-4758. His adoption fee of $50 goes towards his vet bills.
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Pele is a sporty, athletic, active, fun and playful, one-year-old, male patch tabby looking for a loving home. This sweet and affectionate boy was hanging out on the steps of a restaurant on Easter Sunday when cat-lover Maria jogged by. She bent over to say hello, and little Pele gave a tender little meow and climbed into her arms. She brought him home but before she introduced him to her other two cats, she brought him to a vet for a check-up. When Pele tested positive for Feline Leukemia, she was heartbroken, but knew he's destined for a loving home. Since he's segregated from her other cats in her bedroom, he snuggles in her arms each night. In three weeks, Pele has grown from 6 to 8.5 pounds and still gaining. He's perfectly well-behaved at home; he uses his litter box and cat scratching post. He's still in the process of getting fully-vetted, neutered, and getting his eyes checked out by a third vet to see if surgery will help him with his sight ¿¿¿. But, even with his squinty eyes, he navigates quite well. To meet and possibly foster or adopt Pele, please contact Maria at peckjohn@sbcglobal.net or 630-660-4758. His adoption fee of $50 goes towards his vet bills.

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