Oliver is such a super sweet affectionate boy who LOVES bellyrubs and deserve a loving home.
Although this boy has tested positive for the Feline mmunodeficiency Virus (FIV), he can peacefully coexist in a home with other healthy cats without posing a risk to anyone. For additional information, please visit http://www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/health_information/brochure_fiv.cfm
There is no need to be afraid to adopt an FIV cat! An FIV cat does everything a healthy indoors cat does. Most FIV positive cats live a long time and that time is about as normal and healthy as any other cat. They make the perfect indoors cats since they must stay inside to remain healthy. Indoor FIV cats are far less likely to show symptoms.
C.A.T.S.-C.A.N., Inc . is a non-profit organization based in Geneva, Florida. We operate a no-kill shelter and have cats and kittens up for adoption at Oviedo PetsMart. We screen each applicant. Please call or come by to see our kitties - 11:00 - 5:00 every Saturday and some Sunday's Noon to 4:00 (please check our Facebook to make sure we're there!) at the Oviedo Petsmart adoption event. You can also visit a few of our resident cats every day in the Petsmart Cat room!
Cats-Can Does Not Permit Declawing - For more information on Declawing, please visit our Feline Care Tips Menu on our homepage and visit our webpages (under special needs) of wonderful cats that are already declawed looking for new homes.
Know someone who needs low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter services for their pets? Have them contact SpayNSave at 407-920-4894 for clinic dates, information and appointments. We work with feral cats, domestic cats and also offer spay and neuter services for dogs. Contact us today!
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