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Lieutenant Dan   

In shelter Cat

Oak Lawn, IL, 60453
Pet name:
Lieutenant Dan
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver)
Coat length:
Lieutenant Dan "Danny" is a very sweet young cat who had a very rough start to life. Danny was brought in as a very young kitten who had been attacked by another animal. As it seemed he would lose his legs to the injuries, he was named Lieutenant Dan.
However, Danny is a fighter, and he not only made a full recovery after months of vet care and one-on-one attention, but he is a thriving cat with no indication of his former injuries! Looking at him now, you would never guess he endured so much as a little kitten.

Danny is playful and about one year old now. Hes finally ready to find his forever home! Danny is in a foster home with other cats, dogs, and young children. Danny loves being around other cats and would do best with another cat in the household. He tolerates the dogs, but will not go out of his way to hang out with a dog. Danny loves to play but is also a cuddle bug who will gladly join you on the couch.

Danny loves treats, toys, hanging out on the couch, and cuddling with other kitties.


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