Autumn is a ginger tabby She's about 5 years old. She adores being brushed - forever! She doesn't meow very much, and will play if you want to play with her. Otherwise, she's extremely docile and likes to just sit & be with you. Her kittens have all been adopted and now it's her turn! Autumn lives with other cats, and is used to seeing dogs as well. To learn more about Autumn, please contact us at: email@example.com or leave a message on our 24 hr. PURR line at: 636-386-7877. Autumn tests positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus which is a feline only, slow-acting virus. FIV simply means a cat's immune system MAY be compromised somewhere down the road or it may never affect the cat. A common misconception is that FIV is like AIDS. Most cats that test positive for FIV live long, healthy lives and usually die from age-related diseases. If cats with FIV are kept indoors all the time and receive regular vet check-ups (at least annually) and other vet care the need may occur, they can live long lives.
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