Smokey was abandoned and found by a good Samaritan who has been taking care of him for the last year or so. One day she noticed Smokey in pain so she took him to a vet who tested Smokey and found out he was HIV positive. He had a dental done on some teeth that were bothering him and also helped him with an ear infection. We are trying to find Smokey a home were he could live in a house since he is HIV positive he is prone to becoming ill living outside. He is good with other cats and a perfect gentlemen. If you are interested in adopting him please send in an application for adoption which you can find at www.bcaaofnj.org
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