Chanel is a gorgeous little lady who is white with black spots and now 10 months old. She gets her name from the black beauty mark next to her nose. Chanel would be a fabulous therapy cat because she is very loving and affectionate. Chanel is comfortable with most dogs and children. She is spayed, up to date on shots, dewormed and treated for fleas.
Chanel is leukemia positive so she will need an adoptive family that can afford all of the medical care she will need. Feline leukemia is not cancer. It is actually a virus that weakens the immune system. The virus is contagious to other cats but not to people or dogs. So she would need to be the only cat in her new home unless she is adopted with her best friend, Bowen, who is also leukemia-positive. It is recommended that Chanel have an exam every six months and prompt treatment of any infection. Since she is leukemia positive it may take multiple medications to cure an infection.
Chanel comes with a 3 month supply of Viralys, a Lysine supplement that boosts her immune system. it costs about $5 a month. Her adoption fee is $100. If you are interested in adopting this amazing little girl, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call or text (615) 290-2454. . Chanel recently left her isolation cage to move to a room or her own! Check out her Facebook video that shows Chanel's Freedom Day! https://www.facebook.com/Healing-Hearts-Animal-Rescue-150792494946816/
Chanel had a severe eye infection that eventually lead to the rupture of her right eye. So she recently had to have surgery to have that eye removed because it was extremely painful. Chanel will be available for adoption once she finishes recovering from surgery.
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