Tiger is a gorgeous, huge hunk of love. He is extremely laid back and easy going. Not much upsets him and he is not at all demanding. Well, actually Tiger does get rather vocal when he is hungry but as soon as he gets fed he is back to his quiet, happy-go-lucky self. He has adjusted well to his rather abrupt life style changes, proving how adaptable he is. Tiger has the most adorable, expressive face - he just beckons you to pinch those chubby cheeks!!
Tiger gets along great with the altered male cat in his new foster home. He had previously been victim to a dominant neutered male when living as an outside cat. So far, Tiger is not at all happy with the dog in his new foster home. Hopefully, as time passes, he will grow to tolerate the dog even if he doesn't like him. :)
Tiger is FIV+. He is perfectly healthy so please do not let this deter you from adopting him. FIV is a feline disease and is not tranmittable to humans, canines or other animals. It is transmitted to other cats only via deep puncture wounds - the type of wounds you normally would see in fights between unaltered male cats. Altered, FIV+ cats live long, happy lives as inside cats in homes with altered FIV- cats safely everyday.
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