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In shelter Cat

Ocala, FL, 34475
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Heyyyy! My name is Oliver and Im two years old, fully vetted, neutered, playful, spunky guy whos the life of the party! Did someone say "Partayyyyyy???!!!" Woohoo! Well you see thats just the problem, my feline sister is a senior and sadly shes in kidney failure. I just cant settle my rambunctious self down enough to keep her safe. I dont mean to hurt her, I just want to have fun (hey guys do too!) But Im a lot bigger than she is and shes getting frail. I try to remember that shes not feeling well enough to play and to hold myself back when the temptation to pounce on her and engage her in a wrestling match comes upon me but man its just so hard to resist! Moms afraid Ill really hurt her and make her go down hill faster. And she says Ill have a lot more fun in a home with some hoomans or other kitty siblings that like to be spunky just like me! Is your home a great place to be my new playground? Want to chase lasers and wand toys in the evenings with a handsome guy like me? Hit me up at Quality of Life!


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