There’s a lot to love about Elvis, uh-huh-huh. And he ain’t askin’ for much of you… he just wants to be your big hunk of burning love.

Tipping the scales at 15 pounds, he’s considered to be a bit on the large size. But this guy isn’t wearing a fat Elvis suit any time soon. At eight-years-old, his meowing career is just getting started. And he won’t be leaving those peanut butter and banana sandwiches all over the place. No way, he’s got great house manners.

But he’s not a love me tender kinda fella. He plays pretty hard and heavy with other cats that will join him. Oh and blue suede shoes not included.

If you think your family could be the furever home for Elvis, call HOPE Safehouse at (262) 634-4571, email them at hopesafehouse@gmail.com or visit www.hopesafehouse.org.

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.