Reeses, her siblings and their mom, Belle, were abandoned in Mooreland at a new construction development at the end of an empty cul de sac in the woods. Several people saw the cats there, but no one would take them in. The street was littered with styrofoam leftovers from take out lunches of french fries and other unsuitable food. One person saw them and brought them cat food and called several rescue groups and began networking with friends to find them a home. As a result word of the family spread to a TNR volunteer, and the cats were rescued and taken in by FHS. Everyone has been adopted except Reeses and Belle. Reeses is a very friendly and loving cat who just wants to be in your lap. She's still young enough that she enjoys chasing a toy or string too.
Reeses' says "I’m FIV+ and that’s not been any issue for my health. Maybe someday my immune system will be compromised and that means I will need antibiotic if I have a cold or my teeth checked. But that’s not a problem for you, since you are the awesome cat family every cat dreams. FIV+ is not spread to dogs and not easily spread to other cats. Check it out in a google search. FIV is NOT spread from sharing food, grooming, or sharing bedding."
Reeses is a great young cat. She would make a great addition to any family. And if you're interested in adopting two cats, she is bonded with her foster sibling, Olivia.
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