Pretty, petite Avery came to us all the way from Alamosa, CO, in hopes of finding a family of her own. Avery is a quiet little sweetheart who doesn't ask for much - just a safe, happy home. She has tested positive for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). What does this mean for you? Well, all she needs is a little help maintaining her immune system through a healthy diet, a calm environment, and vet visits if she seems to be getting sick. Most FIV+ cats live as long as their negative counterparts with no major medical issues. FIV is only transmitted to other cats (not dogs or people) through deep bite wounds, so Avery can live with FIV negative cats as long as everyone gets along.
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