Danny was given up by his previous owners because they were not able to afford medication for his severe flea allergies.
He was treated, neutered but then overlooked – even on a “Free Adoption Day” – at our local city shelter.
May-be because he is black kitty?
Sadly they are always the last to be chosen.
Danny deserves an indoor, flea free home with lots of petting and healthy food. We are confident he will bond quickly and become a contented, loving companion.
Soon after bringing Danny to PAN we discovered he has FIV. We expect him to live a long, normal life.
Click here to read about FIV: http://http://www.fivcatrescue.org/fiv-what-is-fiv.html
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