I call Garvey “my little kitten that lived” because he was so small and always had this mild cold that I just didn’t think he would make it.
But check this fellow out now!
He is downright handsome, has hit a whopping four pounds, is loveable, sweet and a dear.
Garvey is good with cats and most dogs.  He seems to think he is a lap kitten.
He would clearly do best with a kitten buddy.  May I suggest Granger?  Those two love to cuddle and play together and both are mild mannered kittens.  Just a nice pair. 

Garvey is an orange and white long hair.  Garvey loves to be held and is a little lap kitty. He will need to be brushed as his coat is rather long.

Garvey, and his siblings, entered our program back when Garvey was not a pound.   Garvey seems to always have had a cold. He was the smallest, weighing in at not even a pound when he came to me, and he improves with antibiotics but still, every now and then he has a snotty nose. He is getting better but I suspect it will be a few more months of occassional snotty nose before he is over it. He is a sweet guy, cute as a button and very active. He reminds me of a little boy who is always wiping his nose off with the sleeve of his shirt!
Garvey  is available for adoption.  If you are interested, please fill out an application and email it to us as an attachment.
Click here for adoption application.

Medical: He is neutered, and up to date on shots. 
He has been tested for Feline Leukemia and has Revolution put on him once a month.
Adoption fee: $75 
Soft Claws:  Because PetsConnect has moved to a no-declaw policy, we are using soft claws as a training tool for our foster cats.  Soft Claws are soft plastic nail caps for cats.  This cat has them on his front paws.  To learn more about Soft Claws.

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