Titus and Elmi are a loving pair of kitten brothers who adore cuddles and mischief. They are looking for a home together.
Both kittens have tested FeLV positive. FeLV or Feline Leukemia Virus attacks a cat’s immune system, but many cats who test positive never exhibit symptoms and can live long normal lives. It is important that they live only with other FelV positive cats, although they can live safely with dogs and other pets without risk of transmission.
Elmi is an outgoing cat who becomes fast friends with anyone he meets. He always wants to be around his people and check out what’s going on. He is especially fascinated by anyone cleaning his litter box, and he imagines that he can help clean up kitchen spills.
Elmi has an incredible stamina for playing. He can play with the same feather wand toy for forty-five minutes and still be raring for more.
Titus is a shy, gentle cat with a powerful purr. Once he gets to know a person, he will love to curl up next to them on the couch or climb onto their keyboard demanding affection. He has a passion for pom poms and coiled up pipe cleaners, and he will politely stare at you requesting help when he inevitably loses them.
Titus loves to find a good cozy spot under the bed or by the window to curl up and watch the world go by.
These two brothers are very affectionate, often grooming each other and letting one other take turns with their toys. They will be a wonderful pair of lap cats in their forever home.
For more information, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hyde Park Cats is a local, all volunteer group dedicated to helping stray and homeless cats in and around Chicago’s Hyde Park. We received our 501(c)(3) status in 2014 and have had over 1,200 adoptions since our founding in 2008. See all our adoptable kitties on our webpage: http://hydeparkcats.org/adopt/
All of our cats are in loving foster homes, which means the cat you adopt will be familiar with the sounds, smells, and movements of life in a home and accustomed to living with humans. He or she has been interacting on a daily basis with people who know this particular cat intimately, and the foster mom or dad can tell you all about the cat’s individual personality, habits, preferences. You can’t judge a cat by its cover! And while we can’t predict the future or know everything about a cat, we can help you choose the cat who is right for you. We have an adoption application and an adoption fee, $125 for the adoption of one cat or $250 for a pair. This fee goes towards covering their vet costs. All cats adopted out by us are neutered/spayed, micro-chipped, tested for FIV/FeLV, and treated with Revolution.
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