FIV stands for "Feline immunodeficiency virus" or sometimes referred to as Feline aids. This is strictly a cat disease and is not a problem for people or dogs. Cats with FIV can live a long and health life before succumbing to the decease, although the life span varies from cat to cat. If you are interested in Jerry Contact Jackie at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements to see him at our weekend adoptions.
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Note: We do not do out of state adoption. Our Service area is Southern California.
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