My name is Quentin, a name given to intelligent, beautiful, talented and charming boys. If you stop by to meet me, you would see that I fit my name perfectly. When a friendly visitor stops by in my room, I have been known to gently tap them on their shoulder to get a little attention. I love people and I get along with my roommates at the shelter. I love to look out the window, dreaming about a loving home of my own.
I came to the shelter when a nice lady found me wandering the streets. She took care of me for a while, but I did not get along with her other cats, so I am here now. I am a very sweet boy, who loves to get his ears scratched, while laying in the sun. I am currently living in the shelter's FIV room. FIV is a virus us kitties can get if we get in a really bad fight with another stray, who has FIV. Please do not stop reading, FIV cats live good quality long lives. I am not on a special diet, nor on any medication. I am young and will live a good, long life! I need to stay indoors and ideally I have to be the only cat, unless your other kitty has FIV too. No worries, this virus has no effect on people, nor on dogs. Some people even say that FIV cats have the sweetest dispositions. I sure fit that description. If you are interested in meeting an intelligent, beautiful, talented and charming boy, please do not wait - come to the shelter today to meet me, Quentin!
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