Dixon is super, super sweet and loving! He is all dressed up in his tuxedo and is very excited to meet you. He would love it if you'd visit him and give him some pets and ear scratches. He also REALLY loves to give you hugs. If you hold him, he will put his paws on your shoulders and head-butt your chin. As much as Dixon loves people, he is not a big fan of other cats and should be the only pet in your home.
Dixon has tested positive for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). What does this mean for you? Well, all he needs is a little help maintaining his immune system through a healthy diet, a calm environment, and vet visits if he seems to be getting sick. Most FIV+ cats live as long as their negative counterparts with no major medical issues.
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