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My name is Rudie!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Woodstock, Ontario - Rudie
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Oxford County Animal Rescue Group

Facts about Rudie

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Hello....my name is Rudie , I was born June/16 & I am FIV positive. I have had all shots, neutered and I am perfectly healthy. My foster mom says I'm a totally sweetheart and I love attention. I'd really like to find my forever home. I need to find a home with no other cats or a home with another FIV cat.

THE FACTS ABOUT FIV AND FELV

The Quick Facts About Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) Positive Cats

FIV is a slow virus that affects the immune system over a period of years.
FIV is a cat-only disease. It cannot be spread to humans or other non-felines.
FIV is spread through serious, penetrating bite wounds. The type of bite wound that is seen most often in feral, intact tomcats. The virus can also be spread through blood transfusions and on occasion a mother may infect her kittens while they’re in the womb or through her milk after they are born.
FIV can’t be spread casually between cats, such as in water or food bowls, or in litter boxes. Cuddling, playing and other forms of casual physical contact do not spread the virus.
The FIV virus was discovered in 1986. Before then, FIV positive cats and non-FIV cats lived together peacefully all the time.
FIV itself does not shorten a cat’s life-span. Because FIV affects a cat’s immune system it is more difficult for an FIV+ cat to fight off disease. For that reason an FIV+ cat requires a diligent owner—someone who will take her to the vet twice a year for check ups and, immediately, at the first sign of illness.
FIV+ cats are no different from other cats, often living long, healthy lives, never showing any symptoms at all.

About Oxford County Animal Rescue Group

About Our Rescue Group...

Oxford County Animal Rescue Group is a non-profit, volunteer run organization that aims to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home neglected, abused, abandoned and surrendered domestic animals from Oxford County and surrounding areas. It is also our aim to educate our community on the ethical and humane treatment of animals, and the importance of spaying and neutering our pets.

Our Adoption Process...

$350.00 dog adoption fee
$150.00 cat adoption fee
Home visits for all dog adoptions.
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