Once they brought me in, we found out I had a condition called entropion, where I was born with my eyelids folded in against my cornea. Every time I blinked, it scratched and hurt my eyes, and I would have slowly and painfully gone blind. Instead, Happy Cats got me surgery to fix them. You can see that I'm healing up nicely!
I'm a loving and confident guy, the first one to introduce myself to new people and make new friends. I love to hang out with my people, helping them with everything, your official Court Reporter. I'm still a youngster, so get out the toys and watch me go! I'm also a tummy rub kind of guy, who loves to flop and purr with my favorite people.
I am FIV positive, but I get along fine with the other cats I've met, so I can live happily in a home with other cats and if I get good health care, my lifespan should be just about the same as any other cat. I do fine with other nice dogs, so should be a great addition to just about any home. If you’d like to read more about FIV, please click here: http://www.happycatshaven.org/what-is-fiv/.
I can be adopted for $60, which includes my neuter, vaccinations, microchip, two virus tests, a blood panel, a month of free insurance and a free vet visit. I'm in a loving foster home now, so please call 635-5000 to arrange to visit me. I can’t wait to meet you!
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