Miko, a 1.5 year-old FIV+ male, is the definition of a cool cat! This calm, laid-back, and loving boy acts as a stress-reliever to everyone he meets. Miko was rescued when he wandered up to a consignment shop of all places! Like the clothing in the store, Miko is ready for his 2nd chance at a loving home. Miko would be happy to lounge on the couch with you, as he is also a first-class nurturer to humans and cats alike. When introduced to a newly-rescued and terrified semi-feral kitten, Miko did not hesitate to take the kitten under his wing. Within 24 hours of meeting Miko, the kitten had completely relaxed and was loving life—Miko to the rescue! Miko is also a ham, and welcomes love from his human companions. Don’t those chubby cheeks just call out for kisses?! Strong and lean, Miko’s markings identify him as part Ocicat. Don’t let Miko’s FIV + status be intimidating. FIV + cats can live long, healthy lives with just a little extra TLC. SNAP is more than happy to give you information on FIV and how to introduce an FIV+ cat to your home. Miko would be a great addition to any home, so please fill out an application to meet the cool cat himself today! Below are a few links to read up on FIV and learn the joys that can come from adding an FIV+ feline to your family!
http://www.alleycat.org/pdf/shouldwerelease.pdf (excellent article)
Like all SNAP pets, Miko is neutered, up to date on shots and vaccinations, and micro-chipped. And ready to meet you at one of our adoption centers or by special appointment.
SNAP is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue organization dedicated to spay and neutering programs, rescues and adoptions for Atlanta-area pets. See more about us here or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on SNAP people, pets and adoption news.
First posted May 3, 2015.
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