Grayson

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What a difference 2 years can make. When Grayson left the shelter 2 years ago he was a handsome somewhat chunky middle-ager. Sadly his owner did not care for him properly and left him outside. When he returned to us a few months ago 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 as well. Grayson loves people and is very friendly but he absolutely cannot get along with any other cats.A recent vet visit confirmed that his health is good. He is about 9 years old at the need of a single cat home where this time he will be pampered and loved, this time.

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Puma

 

I’m ready for the good life! 

I’m a young tabby boy who has never had a real home. Even so, I’m as sweet as pie and great with other cats. Unfortunately when I was living outside I contracted FIV but the good thing is that I don’t need any special medicine or special food and I’ll have a normal life span. All I need now is a place to call home and a family to love. To learn more about what owning a FIV+ cat entails, click here

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Chance

Take a chance and give me a chance. I’m a loving 2 year old who has to be on special food. The shelter will help out with the food if you take me home, but right now I’m living in a room by myself because I can’t eat with the other cats. I could be a foster cat so I wouldn’t cost you anything extra. You are my chance to live a normal life. Please come and meet me.

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Chatty Cathy

Hola!

I’m a young Tabby girl who likes to chirp and chat with visitors. I was one of a group of 70 dogs and cats who were rescued in November from Puerto Rico, following hurricane Maria. I’m FIV positive and I’m bilingual. I never had a real home and I would love to go home with you. To learn more about what owning a FIV+ cat entails, click here.