I was out living on my own when I got pregnant and found my way to a house that was feeding some other stray kitties. After I had my babies, and got friendlier, the lady feeding me asked SCC to help find new homes for me and my four babies. However, when we were tested for FeLV (Feline Leukemia) and FIV (Feline Aids), I turned out to be FeLV positive but FIV negative. The good news is that being FeLV positive isn’t the death sentence it once was and I can live a long life. I should be an only kitty or with other positive kitties but this isn’t transmittable to people or other species, it’s just a feline thing! I have been waiting to get another test done to determine if I will have this all my life or if my immune system is strong enough to fight it off. In that time, I’ve become quite a sweetheart and like attention from people after I trust them. I am all black if you couldn’t guess by my name and I have a little white locket on my throat. I’m a fairly petite girl and if you don’t have other kitties, I’d love to be your one and only! If you’d really like to enrich your life, my babies are also available and I’d love for one (or more) of them to come with me to your place to live. I’m litter trained and need to be strictly indoors only! I am 3 years old.
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