found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, good with kids, and good with cats.
He was taken to our vet. Chance is healthy and very friendly, but tested positive for FIV. As most of us know, this is not a death sentence. He could live a very long and healthy life with the virus as long as he's kept inside.
We're hoping someone is willing to offer this very sweet boy a home.
We know a couple of people who have had FIV+ cats with the rest of their cats. They never got FIV.
FIV is spread by blood transfusion or by a deep penetrating bite wound. Cats are usually exposed to FIV outside, by fighting for food, territory or for a mate. This rarely happens after the cats are neutered, brought inside and introduced properly. They should be separated for a while and introduced slowly.
Please give this wonderful boy a chance!
Chance is mostly white with orange on his head and tail.