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In shelter Cat

Chicago, IL, 60660
Pet name:
Domestic Long Hair
Tabby (Orange / Red)
Coat length:
This poor king of rock & roll is in need of a peanut butter sandwich and a whole lot of love. Meet 5.5 year old, front paw declawed, Elvis. Our staff came in one day and found this handsome man left on our stoop in a carrier alone. Confused and nervous, Elvis curled up in our arms and let us baby him while telling him everythings okay. On our open roam cat floor, Elvis has always taken comfort in his cat companions, and loves snuggling up with them. Even so, the stress of shelter life and the upheaval of being left has definitely taken its toll on this poor boy, and he lost a little bit of weight since arrival. We gave him his own kennel with plates upon plates of wet food for him to devour, and hes certainly on the up and up, but is ready to get into a home of his own thats quieter than F&C. 
Elvis will sing you sweet lullabies in your ear, give you butterfly kisses at night, and will reward you for loving him in a safe space with all of the cuddles you could have.Because he finds such comfort in others, Elvis would love to go to a home with another cat in the home, or to be adopted out with one of his F&C buddies!  He is vaccinated and has already been neutered. Every king needs his throne, and we cant wait until Elvis finds his at last.

Felines & Canines is located at 6379 N. Paulina St. in Chicago and is open for adoptions seven days a week. All cat adoptions are currently done by appointment only - to schedule your appointment & complete an application email 

Our standard cat adoption fee is $150, and the adoption fee for declawed cats in $175. Due to the amount of medical care we invest in each of our animals, we do not offer discounts when adopting more than one pet. We do same-day adoptions and do not place holds on animals. Please visit our adoption process/policy page for full details:


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