Kal is truly a one-of-a-kind cat. He is quite shy at first, but with a handful (or two) of treats and his best friend, Maxx, he will be begging you for affection in no time. Please call the shelter at 4195361914 with any questions you have about Kal or Feline Leukemia (FeLV) *This cat has tested positive for FELV (Feline Leukemia) or has been exposed to a FELV+ cat. Cats with leukemia can only be in households with no other cats or other positive cats. There are clinical signs to look out for when adopting a leukemia positive cat. They are appetite loss, drastic weight loss, being lethargic, high fevers, or pale gums. If any of these signs are presented, then an immediate vet appointment would be necessary. FELV+ cats have an average life span of 2.5 years old but can live longer.