Elsa came to her foster family four months ago as a terrified stray with a tiny kitten. She hid under the bed for three weeks. She was always a fabulous mom and trusted her foster mom with her baby. She went from being a timid girl to a social, lovable cat. Elsa will always be sitting next to you on the couch, and waiting for a bum scratch. If you lightly tap her bum she instantly starts rolling on her back and purring. Although she does not like to be picked up she loves to be around you and likes to be pet and part of the action. She has found her place in life caring for the other foster kittens in the home after her own was adopted. She is good with other cats and loves people. She has helped socialize many kittens and is now looking for a loving home of her own.
Elsa has tested positive for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). FIV+ cats can live long happy lives with a good diet, low stress, indoor homes, loving families, and annual vet check-ins. She does not require medication. She can live in a home with other non-FIV+ cats, as the virus is only passed to other cats by blood (ie. deep bite marks). Please do not judge her based on a blood test!
Adopt this amazing cat - she can't wait to you be yours! She promises she is no ice queen.
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