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In shelter Cat

Wisconsin, 53190
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Black, White
Coat length:
Hi! I'm Mario! I'm a former street cat that got by eating scraps, mice, whatever I could find. Sometimes a nice lady, at the golf course, snuck me hot dogs. 
My Foster Mom and (human) brother have been really patient with me as I learn to trust again. Sudden movements still stress me out and I will run and hide. But they coax me out with treats. 
Once you earn my trust I will be constantly by you. I love sitting on my F.M.'s lap watching TV with her. She calls me Biscuit because I love making biscuits on you when I'm happy. Sometimes I accidently scratch her face, making biscuits, but I don't mean to hurt you. I just don't know the strength of my love. 
I love belly scritches and having my nose rubbed. A lot of times I'll yawn when you rub my nose. 
I still have some lasting damage from my years outside. I have FeLV (feline leukemia) so I can only live with other FeLV+ cats. I drool sometimes...quite a bit when I'm sleeping and leave wet spots. Please don't think they're pee! I'm a good boy and use my litter box like a pro! 
I would do best in a quiet house that isn't bustling with activity, though my foster mom believes I’m deaf. I don't think I like kids. One visited once and I was not impressed. I like my people home on a regular basis. But if you have to be gone I do enjoy Bird TV. My Foster Mom puts it on for me if her and my brother are going to be gone awhile. 
It'll take a special person to adopt me. You might have to start the trust process all over again. But I promise I'm worth it and I will be your bestest buddy! Are you my special person? Will you be my furever home? I was born around 2015 and am being fostered in the Stoughton area. 
Mario was diagnosed with FeLV (feline leukemia), so he’ll need a home without other FeLV negative cats as it is contagious, but only to other cats. It’s spread through the bodily fluids (saliva, urine, feces, etc.). He is currently healthy, but may experience a shorter lifespan because FeLV compromises the immune system making him more susceptible to illness. Like any cat, he’ll require high quality food and regular veterinary care and in return, you will receive unconditional love. Learn more about FeLV here:
  If you are interested in adopting one of our wonderful cats or kittens, you can apply on our website:
 Please allow several days for us to process your application. We are a small, all-volunteer group and we are doing our best to work quickly! After the application is processed we will make arrangements for you to meet the cats that interest you. All of our cats and kittens are raised in our homes and live with us until they are adopted. They live with us as part of our families so we know them very well and we can help you find your perfect cat! Cats are rarely caged (only if its medically necessary) so you can visit with them and see how they act in a home. 
 Our adoption fees:  
Kittens (under 6 months): $100 (or 2 for $150)
 Adults (6 months to 7 years): $50 (or 2 for $50) 
 Seniors (8 years and up): $25 (or 2 for $25).  
 All cats are spayed or neutered, tested for FIV/FeLV, dewormed, vaccinated for rabies (if age appropriate) and distemper, and microchipped.


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