already neutered, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
Meet Josh! Josh is a SWEATHEART who according to this feeder on 89th street, was dumped 2 YEARS AGO in her colony. She fed this friendly guy for 2 years before we a few of us became involved in getting him off the mean streets. The thing is, the streets are very harsh and he eventually became positive for FIV, probably from being bitten by another cat. This means he can live with other cats but he just needs to be watched that he doesn't get any unnecessary infections. He can also have a perfectly normal life expectation! He's about 3 years old and been neutered, has all his vaccinations, and even has a microchip (by us). 💗💚💖💜 Please please contact Jessica at email@example.com and tell her you want to foster or adopt Josh.
Little Wanderers is a small group of animal rescuers who are passionate about the welfare of NYC’s large feral cat population. Our primary activities are trapping, immunizing, neutering and releasing at risk cats, but we also facilitate adoption when appropriate. We work in the most difficult areas of the Bronx and Harlem, where other trappers do not like to go! Follow us on Instagram @littlewanderersnyc
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