Unfortunately, the vet ran a blood test and found I am FIV positive. He told me I can have a normal cat life---10 to 15 years, but I must be a lone indoor pet or I can hang inside the house with other FIV positive cats.
I am affectionate, and I like to greet guests at the door---sometimes I think I might be part dog.
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