Hi, my name is Sunday. Before I tell you about myself, I would like you to know that I am cat and dog friendly! I enjoy the company of other cats. I love to run around and play with dogs. I would do best in a home with no young children since I'm a demure girl.
Now, lets get to know me! I am a 3 year old female tabby. I love to play with straws and with my blue whale. I really enjoy getting ear rubs. I am told that I’m adorable and sweet. I would love a quiet, loving home where I can get lots of attention and time to adjust.
If you’re interested in me or if you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday is listed as special needs, but she really doesn't need anything special! When she got to the shelter she tested positive for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). Unfortunately there is a stigma attached to this condition so cats like Sunday are at a disadvantage when potential adopters are looking for a new kitty! The truth is, cats like Sunday that have FIV can live with other cats and can live perfectly healthy lives. The way FIV is transmitted is through very deep, aggressive bites (like Sunday probably endured out on the streets before coming to us). FIV cats do not need medication or special food, and can live long full lives without illness. The only thing they need is regular check ups and vaccinations, lots of love, and to stay indoors. Don't miss out on this sweet cat because of her diagnosis! It is not a death sentence!
The adoption fee includes spay/neuter, age-appropriate vaccinations, FIV/FeLV test, microchip, initial deworming treatment and 30 day pet medical insurance. Vaccinations and deworming are the first in a series, which should be followed up by the adopters veterinarian.
For more information on our adoption policy and procedure and our adoption application, please visit our website at www.ccasnj.org.
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