I’m all dressed up for the big event, my adoption event! Aren’t I as cute as can be with my Tux and Tails? I’m a happy guy with a lot of love to give. I get along with dogs, but I am not very fond of other cats, so I would like to go to a home where I am the only cat. I am also a high stress cat, and would do best in a low stress home with no children. I really like to be taken for a walk in the cat stroller. When you open it up, I'll hop right in! I've been moved around a lot, from Texas to Colorado. I'd really like to just stay put in your home! I have tested positive for FIV, but don't let that scare you off from adopting me! FIV-positive cats have a virus that targets their immune systems. FIV is transmitted to other cats through deep, aggressive bites, but it cannot be spread to humans, dogs, or any other species. When kept indoors, fed a quality diet, and receiving regular vet check-ups, FIV-positive cats can have near-normal lifespans and great quality of life.
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