A Good Samaritan rescued Oliver Stone, and this is a courtesy post to helpfind him a loving forever home. If you have questions about Oliver Stone, please contact his rescuer (who is his foster mom). Her name is Donna. Her phone number is: 310 745-0636 and her email is email@example.com
Oliver Stone, better known as Ollie, is a very friendly guy who follows you around like a pup, loves to play and is very affectionate. One of Ollie favorite things is to sleep right on top of you when you’re watching TV or sleeping. Ollie loves to play with the laser, strings, balls, etc., but his favorite game is hide and seek. He will literally play it with you, even if you’re a human. He loves having a lot of space to perch in very high places, and he’s extremely agile and athletic. He gets along very well with other kitties.
Ollie’s rescuer found him abandoned in a parking looking dirty and matted, and he was very hungry. He even looked as if he had a few fights. During his physical, the blood tests showed he has FIV. Oliver lives with FIV just fine. He simply needs to eat a special Natural Balance Duck Food diet of wet food, and he has to stay away from chicken and fish because he’s allergic. He needs an LTCI injection three times a year. (They’re about $70 each/$210 for the year.)
To learn more about FIV, please see this Best Friends Society article on FIV: http://bestfriends.org/feline-immunodeficiency-virus.aspx
Reminder: A Good Samaritan rescued Oliver Stone, and this is a courtesy post to help him find a loving forever home. If you have questions about Oliver Stone, please contact his rescuer (who is his foster mom). Her name is Donna. Her phone number is: 310 745-0636 and her email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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