Liberty Street Killi   

In shelter Cat

Boonton, Morris County, New Jersey, U...
Domestic Short Hair
Black, White
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Liberty Street Killi
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Here’s Killi, probably one of the sweetest cats you will ever meet! This 13 year old boy will be the absolute perfect addition to any home. All Killi wants is some love and attention.  Coming from a hoarding situation with dozens of other cats, Killi is looking forward to a home that he can call his very own.  This big boy is so content and happy and will purr non-stop for you.  Pick him up and he melts into your arms and does pushy-paws the entire time you hold him.  When you walk into the room and start talking to him, he will talk back to you with little meows and squeaks.  Killi does need to put on some weight as he is pretty skinny at the moment.  He probably had to fight to get to the food and, being older, we are pretty sure he was pushed around at the food bowl by the younger and stronger cats.  He recently spent 6 days at Rockaway Animal Hospital and was diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Disorder. He just needs to be on his special food which he loves. Killi has a very healthy appetite and always uses his litter box. He also seems to be unfazed by other cats and respectful dogs, so he can definitely live with other animals. If you are looking for a new best friend who will love you unconditionally, Killi is your guy.  You will find a friend for life in this sweet little man. If you're interested in adopting Killi, please fill out an application at and be sure to ask for him by name, LIBERTY STREET KILLI!!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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