Happy Thursday to you, it's time for our weekly look at an available and adoptable animal. This week we are focusing on the people-pleasing Virgil, who is only 7 months old and looking for a permanent home.

For more information on Virgil, we turn to Michaela Tews, a volunteer with Mending Spirits Animal Rescue.

Virgil is a 7-month-old handsome tabby. From the Foster Family: If you're looking for a quiet work-from-home companion, fun and curious furry family member, or a snuggly study buddy, look no further...Virgil is the kitty for you! He is happiest curled up next to his people, and a total love bug with all ages. He will gladly follow you around to see what you're up to, and he's discovered that simple things in life (like a crunched-up paper ball or even his tail) can make for great fun! His litter box manners are impeccable, and he comes running anytime his people call out, "Here, Kitty!" Virgil is looking for a family to love and snuggle with - he'd love to meet you! 

About Me: I am a calm, sweet kitten who loves to snuggle. I'll "call out" with mews if I'm looking for you because I love to be near you. Adopt Virgil for $175 + tax w/ approved application online here.  

Image Credit: Michaela Tews
Image Credit: Michaela Tews

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