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In shelter Cat

Rochester, MN, 55903
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Gray / Blue / Silver
Hi everyone! Im Reggie and though I can be a bit shy at first, I really am quite a playful guy and I love attention! They say Im about 3 years old. Some people consider me a special needs cat because I tested positive for Feline Leukemia (FeLV). However, I havent shown any signs of being sick, so I may very well have a long life ahead of me. It would be best for me to live in a home where Im the only cat or with other cats who also have FeLV. 

My people only know part of my story that begins when I was just a young boy. I was spotted behind Buffalo Wild Wings and some of the workers there started feeding me. They were worried about how cold I looked so they contacted Camp Companion to assist in catching me. I looked a bit rough back then, but some nice people helped me get medicine and food so I could heal. Everybody came to love me and some of the people who found be considered keeping me, but when they found out I had FeLV they couldnt keep me with the cats they already had. So, Ive been in a foster home with other FeLV kitties for the past 2 years. 

I hope someone reads this and takes a chance on a lovable guy who had a tough start to life!

Applications for Reggie can be filled out at


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