Julius has had quite a streak of bad luck. His original person went to a hospital and did not return. Julius and two kitty friends went to a small animal control that houses cats amid barking dogs and has fewer than 15 cages for cats. There, the vet discovered that Julius is blind in one eye and tests positive for FIV. A crowded animal control in the middle of kitten season is not a good place for a senior, blind-in-one-eye FIV+ kitty!
Thankfully, a kind woman stepped up to foster Julius. We took him to an eye specialist who says there is not need to remove his eye at this time. Julius does require eye drops and because he tests positive for FIV should only share a home with friendly cats so that there is no danger of biting.
Julius is a sweet gentleman cat, it would be truly lovely if his luck took a turn for the better and he could spend his golden years in a loving home.
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