Meet Remy


This beautiful male special-needs cat is looking for a home. Remy was picked up on Bridge Street in Warren and has been living at the shelter for the last two or three weeks. While being neutered and brought up to date on his shots, the veterinarian discovered that Remy has feline leukemia. Because of this illness, Remy needs a home with no other pets. Right now Remy has no symptoms but in the future may need medication for his condition. He is a very loving cat who loves attention and would make a great addition to a family as the only pet. If you think you might be

that special family, please call the shelter at 401/245-4569.


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