Houston (FCID# 03/28/2016 - 17) is a large boy about 2 years old, and from his rugged appearance he used up at least of couple of his nine lives before he got rescued from the mean streets! However, do not let looks fool you as he is really a big softie! His light gray and white fur is beautiful! He likes to get petted and brushed, and enjoys playtime with the volunteers. The tunnel is one of his favorite toys. He needs TLC and a nourishing diet. Houston likes catnip, too! This gentle loverboy wants a home of his own where he will not have to worry about fending for himself ever again. Houston is FIV+, but do not let this stop you from bringing him into your home; we will give all the info you need. He does not need special medication, just love and regular vet visits. This big boy has been around the block a few times. He is looking for a quiet home where he can kick back, chill, and get some TLC. Houston is FIV+. Also, he is on prescription food for itchy skin allergies. He seems tolerant of the playful kittens in the adoption center for now, but he would prefer to live with non-aggressive adult cats in his forever home so he can get some peace. If a family adopts him, he would do best with respectful, older children who will be gentle with him. Please do not let the FIV+ diagnosis deter you. Houston is a great cat who enjoys other quiet cats, and he has tolerated the kittens. He rides well in the car and does well during his bet check-ups. Please consider taking him home to be part of your family! He has been waiting since March. Houston is currently keeping his foster family company. Please submit a no obligation adoption application for a meet and greet! Note: Since Houston is on Rx food, the adoption fee reduced.
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