My previous owner gave me up because she was "too busy" for me. She let me outdoors sometimes and as a result I got into some fights and wound up with FIV (feline immunovirus). I sure wish she had kept me indoors so I didn't get beat up like I did. With FIV, my immune system is a little weaker than a regular cat. I must be kept indoors from now on and taken to the vet for yearly checkups. As long as my new owners pay close attention to my health, chances are I will live to be almost as old as a regular cat (12-15 years is common). I need to be an only pet since my experiences on the streets left me defensive of other animals. Also, I don't want any competition for the warm spot on your lap!
I am neutered, current on vaccinations, microchipped, and negative for feline leukemia. If you only want one cat please consider giving a special kitty like me a chance! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit with me!
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