I am already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Wimbley (FIV+)'s Story...
Wimbley is a beige long-haired male who was rescued from a local hoarder. He was one of the only kittens who made it from his litter so he is definitely a survivor! Unfortunately, Wimbley did not escape without a health problem; he is FIV positive. If you do not know anything about FIV, please become acquainted with the illness because there are a great many myths that exist concerning this disease. Even if you have other cats, it is unlikely they will catch FIV from being around an infected cat. The only way to transfer it is within the same species through a deep bite wound/blood transfer. Wimbley is still a bit scared and shy with people but he will purr when you hold him and pet him :) Wimbley just needs some tender love and kindness to get comfortable with a new family. He is used to being around other cats, though, so he should be fine in a multi-cat household.
Wimbley is FIV positive. He has been neutered, had his rabies vaccination, FVRCP vaccination, been dewormed, and deflead. He has been put on medication that boosts his immune system and he is in great health.