Ripley is a beautiful tortoiseshell cat who is very sweet and loving.
Ripley and her baby kitten were found abandoned behind drywall in a burned out house under reconstruction. Workers pulled her and her kitten out.
Ripley is FIV+. Please do not let that deter you from adopting. She is in extremely good health and will be a wonderful addition to any home as a single cat or as a second cat to a home with another spayned/neutered cat. FIV is only transmitted to other felines by deep punctures (such as a "Tom cat" fight).
For more information on Ripley please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can submit an adoption application for Ripley online at www.myhstc.org/adopt.
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