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In shelter Cat

Greenville, Illinois, 62246
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Orange, White
Coat length:
Hi, my name is Fabio and I'm 2 years old.  Me and my litter mate, Rapunzel, were rescued when we were 6 weeks old by Bond County Humane Society from Bond County Animal Control.  We were sick when we arrived and within a couple days had severe conjunctivitis.  At one point there was a fear that I might lose an eye.  It took nearly 4 weeks of medicine for my eyes to heal and for me to become healthy.  Later I had to have surgery for scar tissue inside my eyelids.  I have had a full recovery from surgery and my eyes look great and are healthy.  I am very friendly, playful and sweet. I am super playful and want to play with all the other cats.  I am happy to play with toys too.  I love to be petted.  I do get a little anxious if held for long periods of time.  I just want to get down and play.   I am neutered, UTD on vaccinations, tested for FeLV/FIV, treated for internal and external parasites and microchipped. My adoption fee is by donation. If you are interested in adopting me, please complete an adoption profile in person or on-line at  Email the completed profile to the address provided.    A copy of our policy regarding warranties, refunds or returns is available upon request. 


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