Hi, I'm Tommy. I am a big friendly tom cat who got injured on the street and was brought to SBACC. I went directly to the vet and was treated for facial lacerations, a leg injury and badly injured paws. Those injuries are all healed but I still have a bit of a limp probably because of a missing ball and socket joint in one of my back legs. I love attention and face and chin scratches. I am a very big boy but have a tiny little soft meow which everyone thinks is kind of funny. I was adopted and had a great home for almost a year, but I was brought back because one of the other cats in the home got very aggressive towards me, and I was so afraid. I long for my very own home again, a nice quiet one where I will get lots of love and attention and where I can enjoy my senior years. I am taking some medications, but SBACC will pay for those for my whole life! I am also FIV+. Please check out the additional information below and you will see that it not a big deal.
Despite what many people think, cats with FIV can live long, healthy lives. We encourage you to ask us questions about this condition, or or highlight and right click below for more information:
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