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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

Pittsburgh, PA, 15226
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
* Playful, cuddly, affectionate & social
* Fine with older kids, dogs, & other playful FeLV+ cats

Meet Mack. He is about 7 months old and full of energy. He loves to play chase his foster sibling and loves to wrestle with her. He also loves cuddles and pets! He is very curious and follows his foster mom around to see what she is getting into. Heโ€™s a talker and greets her at the door with a story every time she walks in.

He was found outside as a little kitten in Ohio. Because of his time outside, he ended up contracting feline leukemia.  Because of this, he came to Pittsburgh where he could be adopted out.

He gets along with the other Felv+ cats in his foster home but can be a bit of an alpha so should probably not be adopted into a home with a very passive kitty. He loves the teenage kids in his home and would probably be ok with a dog with proper introduction. 

(FeLV, otherwise known as feline leukemia, is a virus that impairs the cats immune system and can shorten their lives. During the early stages of infection, cats often exhibit no symptoms and no signs of disease at all. Over time, however, the cats health may deteriorate. We do not recommend that FeLV+ kitties live with FeLV- kitties. Cats infected with FeLV can live for years in relative good health, but their health should be vigorously monitored. Mack will best thrive in a loving, low-key home where hes fed a high-quality diet and checked regularly by a veterinarian supportive of maintaining and treating an FeLV+ cat. Controlling secondary infections and treating other illnesses as they arise is key, so Mack will require a committed and loving adopter. In return, he will give much love and joy, and many snuggles and purrs!)

So if youve got the right home for this fun feline, apply to adopt him by clicking the link below!
Pittsburgh C.A.T.


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