Chubbs was found living outside on a cold winter night. We brought him in so he could be safe and warm and now he's ready for a home! Chubbs tested positive for FIV. He needs to go to a single cat home or to a home with other FIV positive kitties. FIV is not transmitable to dogs or humans and a cat with FIV can still live a normal life.
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