Date of Birth: 2013
Mufasa is such a people-friendly cat that it is hard to believe that he was a lonely stray for years and was unaccustomed to human companionship. He absolutely loves being with everyone—adults, kids, kittens and cats, but unfortunately, not dogs. He is one friendly, social fellow.
Just looking at Mufasa’s face will make you smile. He is the most adorable-looking cat with his fluffy face of black fur that highlights his soulful, golden-green eyes.
Mufasa has endearing ways of expressing his affection: he will gently head butt or pat your face with his paws, or stand on his hind legs and tap on your limbs. He enjoys other felines and will contently snuggle with them. Mufasa seems to be so happy to be an indoor cat and to have left his years of loneliness behind him. Mufasa is a good-natured, easy-going cat that will bring a lot of love to your family.
Mufasa has mild food allergies and requires a special diet.
Mufasa has tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus. This condition is something to take seriously, however, with the proper care, there are often minimal health issues as a result the FIV+ virus. For all cats, a good diet and regular veterinary checkups are important for lifelong health. FIV+ cats can have a normal lifespan and live as happy, lovable, and playful cats.
Adoption fees are $175 for adult cats (one year and older), $225 for kittens, and $125.00 for senior cats (10+ years old). The fee includes: veterinary health check, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, testing for Feline Leukemia and FIV, vaccinations, flea and ear mite treatments, and six weeks of pet insurance.
NOTE: Young kittens may not have had their spay/neuter surgery and final vaccinations at the time of their bio posting, but they are included in the adoption fee.
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