He will roll on his back with delight when you scratch his little head. He just needs love!
He is FIV+ and that is the only reason we believe he has not been adopted already, which is silly. FIV+ cats live long healthy lives indoors. FIV is only spread from cat to cat via deep bite wounds - something very uncommon with neutered, indoor cats.
FIV+ cats can live with FIV- cats as long as they do not fight. Of course, as with any cats - slow, careful introductions with the initial period in separate spaces is needed; FIV+ cats can also live with dogs. In Binky's case, a friendly, CALM (maybe older?) dog that does not have any prey drive or the tendency to give chase would probably be a fine companion for him after slow introductions, but loud, boisterous dogs do tend to scare him. As with many cats, he'd love to be your spoiled one and only pet…but there are certainly many options of the type of home he could fit into.
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