Uncle Hamish came in with a boat load of kittens that he wasn't related to. He was the neighborhood babysitter in Strayland and he'll be missed there! Gentle and sweet, this Tom Cat is just a gem. He used tough love, but gentle nudges, and he taught the kittens how to keep their chins up when it looked bleak. He told them rescuers would come and they would all find forever homes. Sure, he's missed there, but he's ready to retire from babysitting in Strayland and just get down to the business of being loved in our land.
Luckily for this amazing boy, we don't automatically euthanize FIV+ kitties like him. It's not their fault! They're still worthy and deserving of homes, and they'll lead long, beautiful lives!
He's a big lap kitty, full of love.
As of mid 2016, he'll be 4 years old
[Generally there are NO extra costs for an FIV+ kitty any more than a kitty without it. They lead normal, healthy lives. However, you must keep them indoors ONLY as there is risk of secondary infection (or infecting others) in a cat fight. Otherwise - they're the same.]
Currently in a foster home, you can set up a day to come meet this kitty (on Saturdays and Sundays during adoption event hours -- see our website for hours), but YOU MUST email or call first so we can make sure kitty will be there so you won't be disappointed: email@example.com, (707) 258-2287.
Cats/kittens come spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and more with an adoption fee/donation to Whiskers, Tails and Ferals in Napa, CA. See more information at http://whiskerstailsandferals.org/. Adoption fees may vary depending on 'specials', age, etc.
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