Kibbles is one of AC PAW's special needs kitties. Kibbles' owner sadly passed away and the owner's friend called and asked if we could take Kibbles. Kibbles has tested positive for FIV (feline aids) and although it cannot be passed on to dogs or people, it can be passed on to another cat if the cat was bitten by an FIV positive cat. Kibbles is a shy, very gentle, sweet cat. He is a short haired black kitty. He is just barely two years old. He can live a long and good life. He will need to be an only cat or be in a home with other cats that are FIV positive. He is in a foster home and doing very well. He loves to sleep at the foot of the bed. He gets along great with his foster's children. He is not sure about their dog yet and will try to avoid him. If you think you might want to meet Kibbles, please contact us. We hope someone will open up their heart and home for this very special guy!
If you are interested in adopting this AC PAW pet or would like to set up a meet-and-greet please fill out our pre-adoption questionnaire at acpaw.org.
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