Tommy recently had dental surgery and the vet noticed some abnormalities which caused him to test for FIV and FeLV. Tommy tested positive for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) which is a disease that attacks the immune system of cats, similar to HIV in humans. Being FIV+ is not a death sentence, and cats can go on to live relatively long lives, so long as secondary infections are identified and treated. Due to this diagnosis, we wish to have Tommy adopted as a single cat, or as a companion for another FIV+ cat.
For more information on Tommy Too and how he can fit into your home, please contact Sonia at 416-771-5397.
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