Ivy came to us well over a year ago with a litter of kittens. Her kittens were adopted, but Ivy still waits. She is a gorgeous 2-3yr old that likes attention and gets along well with other cats. Ivy was very scared when she first came to us, it took us some time to be able to handle her without her swatting at us. Ivy was recently adopted and they had her for two days before returning her because she "Was not friendly." Ivy is a very friendly cat but she needs time and patience (like any animal) in a new environment. They were expecting her to immediately want to be held and pet and loved on. We promise she is a great cat, she just needs a loving and understanding home. She is great with cats and dogs. Ivy does have FIV, which is really not a big deal, just means she has a weakened immune system. She has never been sick since we've had her and can easily live a normal lifespan. She can also live with other cats just fine. She really deserves a forever home!
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