Rin was saved from the NYCACC when he was just a baby at five weeks old. He was here at a time where there was a lot of loss. He came in testing positive for FIV+ and he wound up being anemic. We lost his cage mate. I prayed for him, and he survived, always displaying lots of great energy. When he was retested again, he did not test for FIV+. All Rin knows is life at New Hope Rescue Ranch. He is an amazing cat filled with love and joy. He is a snuggler, a lap cat, a head better. He loves attention and truly is the most perfect cat.
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