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Alastair Tabby & Domestic Short Hair Mix Pittsburgh, PA

  • Adult
  • Male
  • Medium
  • Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)


Friendly, Affectionate, Social
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs.
Good in a home with
Other cats, dogs, children.

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Meet Alastair

* Friendly, affectionate, & social
* Fine with dogs & kids
* OK with other FeLV+ cats

This is Alastair! Simply put, this guy is amazing! Alastair was trapped in a local neighborhood, but it only took a few minutes for us to realize he had potential to be a cool, friendly cat! Alastair loves people and has the loudest purr. He can be quite talkative and loves to rub against you. He makes friends so easily and is the happiest guy. He is such a sweet, easy kitty! He is likely between 2 and 4 years old.

Alastair also is FELV+. Although he is healthy right now, FELV is a virus that suppresses his immune system. Alastair will need to be an only cat, or live with other FELV+ kitties! FELV does not spread to other species and Alastair does not seem to mind his foster doggy brother!

Alastair is neutered, microchipped, dewormed, flea-treated, and up-to-date on all of his vaccinations. He is the nicest boy and looking forward to his forever home!

(FeLV, otherwise known as feline leukemia, is a virus that impairs the cat's 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 cat's 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. Alastair will best thrive in a loving, low-key home where he's 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 Alastair will require a committed and loving adopter. In return, he will give much love and joy, and many snuggles and purrs!)

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