Grover came to Best Friends from a rescue group in Los Angeles, and he must have led a lonely life because he's so shy. In fact, he gets frightened enough to growl at people if they get too close, and he may even swat.
We think Grover was born around 2007. He tests positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), but he can live a long and happy life. He can even live with other cats as long as they don't fight.
And if he found a home with people who could give him TLC, there's no telling what his life could become.
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