I'm being cared for by: Humane Society for Hamilton County
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Facts about Willow
Breed: Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
already spayed and housetrained.
I am already spayed and housetrained.
Willow and Gypsy: a bonded mother & daughter pair No matter how old she may be, sometimes a girl just needs her mom. ~ Cardinal Mermillod
Not only do Willow and Gypsy like to have fun together, but their health also suffers when they are separated. Therefore, if you adopt one, you also get the second one. This mother and daughter duo like to do everything together. They arrived at the shelter in June 2017. They both had ear infections, and their former owner could not afford vet care for them. They have been treated and are both now healthy and ready for you to take them home! Willow is FIV+ which simply means that her immune system is not as robust as an FIV negative cat. However, research has proven that FIV+ cats can live long lives, if they live indoors, are given regular vet care, and a healthy diet. FIV is not contagious to humans or dogs. They can even live safely with FIV- cats, if everyone is altered and kept indoors.
Gypsy is a 2-year-old, 9-pounds, female black and orange Tortoiseshell cat. Willow, Gypsy's mother, is a 3-year-old, 11 pounds, Calico kitty. When they first arrived, they were in separate cages and weren't doing well. Gypsy even lost weight during the first few weeks. They have been reunited and are both doing much better.
Both cats successfully lived with children ages 3 to 18. They were indoor-only cats. Their owner said they are friendly, playful, and affectionate and enjoy playing with toys. Willow is the more outgoing of the two. Double your fun with this cute mother/daughter combo. Gypsy and Willow are ready for a home! 7/26/17
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