already neutered, housetrained, and a special needs pet.
I am already neutered, housetrained, and a special needs pet.
NIGEL is a sweet, laid-back cat. He is very inquisitive and likes to explore to see what's going on around him. He likes playing with toys and people. He also enjoys being brushed, which is helpful with his beautiful long, grey fur.
He has all of his shots and is Feline Leukemia negative, but positive for FIV. FIV is a feline disease & cannot be transmitted to people or other animals. In fact, it can only be transmitted if an infected cat bites another cat so hard that he bites into a blood vessel. FIV is transmitted through blood & saliva. Please check with your vet if you are interested in Nigel and have another cat.
Nigel must settle for people and toys as his playmates right now (dogs are OK too). He is healthy and looking for a forever home where he wouldn't have to spend all of his days in a cage.
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