Dino is really a lover, he also loves to talk loudly. His foster mom can hear him all over the yard and in the house. Dino gets along well with other cats and actually lives with other cats in his foster home.
Dino's FIV status means that he has a compromised immune system but he is perfectly healthy and can lead a perfectly normal life with a normal life expectancy. FIV itself is rarely fatal. Because of the FIV, Dino is looking for a home as an only cat or with another laid back cat who won't fight with him as the FIV is spread typically through saliva with fighting.
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