My name is Brady!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Rochester, New York - Brady
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I'm being cared for by:
Four-Legged Friends Animal Adoptions, Inc.

Facts about Brady

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Brady is a playful, healthy 13-year-old cat whose owner passed away recently leaving him homeless. He has an unusual status -- Brady is "discordant", which means that his SNAP test (the quick test they do at the vet's office) is positive for feline leukemia, but the IFA test (which shows if the virus has progressed to the bone marrow) is negative. Both tests were positive 11 years ago, but Brady's body fought the virus off. He does NOT have leukemia and will not get it. He also should not be able to pass the virus to other cats, but to be completely safe, we would want Brady to be the only cat in the home. The good news is that he is not sick and this status will not shorten his life (our vet will put that in writing!) and sweet Brady has a lot of love still to give!

*Special for upcoming Adopt An Older Cat month! With August being the 8th month of the year, our older cats have an adoption fee of just $8! Visit for adoption application!

About Four-Legged Friends Animal Adoptions, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

FLFAA is a non-profit animal welfare organization based in Rochester, New York. Incorporated as a 501(c)(3) public charity in 2006, our mission is to enrich the lives of displaced cats and kittens.

"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." --Benjamin Franklin

Our primary focus is on curbing the cat overpopulation problem. We believe in educating the public on the consequences of irresponsible cat ownership and empowering those who seek help with stray or feral cats. We aim to provide the community with the knowledge and tools needed to become proactive in the fight against cat overpopulation. To that end, we participate in TNVR (trap, neuter, vaccinate, return) of feral cats. Friendly strays and kittens are brought into the shelter when possible, and provided with all necessary veterinary care and creature comforts. We rely on excellent foster families to care for our kittens until they are fully vaccinated and can be introduced into the shelter environment. We do not euthanize cats to "make room" for other cats.


FLFAA is entirely staffed by dedicated volunteers and funded through private donations. We rely on a generous public to support our efforts.

FLFAA participates in trap, neuter, vaccinate, return (TNVR). We try to educate the public on the plight of feral cats in the United States and urge people with "wild" cat problems to take a proactive role in bettering the lives of these forgotten animals through TNVR and responsible colony management.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...!donate/ctzx

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please check our website at for details of upcoming adoption events or contact us at FLFAA@AOL.COM to arrange an appointment to meet one of our wonderful animals.

Our Adoption Process...

FLFAA charges a $40 adoption fee for cats and $85 for kittens under 12 months old unless otherwise specified. A written adoption application is required. At least 48 hours is required to process application and applications are complete within 72 hours. Home visit prior to approval at our discretion. All kitten adoptions are to indoor only homes. We do our best to work with you to place an appropriate cat into an indoor/outdoor situation. Always searching for approved barn homes for feral and semi-feral cats (application required, adoption fee waived).