Have you ever seen a cuter cat? Toto is only a year old (June 2016) and is a pretty, petite lady with striking golden eyes. She is a curious young lady who likes to hop up onto perches and greet you with a head-butt and some nuzzles. She came to us from a shelter in the mountains so that more people have the opportunity to meet her.
Toto has tested positive for both FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) and FeLV (Feline Leukemia 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. As FeLV can be transmitted to other cats (but not humans or dogs), Toto should be an only cat or live with other FeLV positive cats.
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