What a difference 2 years can make. When Grayson left the shelter 2 years ago, he was a handsome somewhat chunky middle-aged boy and happy to be going to a home! Sadly his owner did not care for him properly and left him outside. When he returned to us a few months ago after being found in a colony of feral cats, we did not recognize him. Only the microchip and the little freckle in his right eye told us who he was.
Even worse, he contracted FIV while living outside. Grayson loves people and is very friendly but he absolutely refuses to get along with any other cats, especially after his time on the streets. A recent vet visit confirmed that Grayson is in good health. He is about 9 years old now and needs to be in a single cat home where he will be pampered and loved, this time around. To learn more about what owning a FIV+ cat entails, click here.
Great news! Grayson’s guardian angel has paid his adoption fee.