Freddy has been a sweetheart through this whole ordeal. This is what his caretakers have to say about him - We don't think that Freddie has lived in a home but his loving personality is outstanding. Right now he is learning to play nicely. So maybe a home with either cat savvy people or adult only. He gets a bit excited but the foster mom is doing great and teaching him that love bites are not okay (by that I mean he very occasionally holds her with his teeth but NOT in any type of aggressive way). He is very clean and litter trained. Now that he is feeling better and has started grooming he is looking quite handsome.The heart murmur can still be heard but not as bad as before when his body was under such tremendous stress. No action recommended at this time.
Freddy needs a special home - one with another FIV kitty for a friend or a home with dogs.
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