I am housetrained and a special needs pet.
NEWS ALERT! A WANTED poster has been issued by the FBI (Fur-deral Bureau of Investigation)! Description of the person: human(s), fun. REWARD: endless love. Hello! My name is Seneca and I am a fur-deral agent on a very important mission: locate wanted person(s), so I am here in Gloucester because I got numerous tips that the culprit was seen all over the area! Because this is such a pressing and important matter, it is important you know a little about me so you and I can help solve this mystery! I've been told that am a real sweetheart, but accept the compliment to be polite and offer a head rub to check if you're hiding any information (or treats, toys, or other cat-goodies) in your hands. I love to be pat, but will allow it for security purposes only, which include, but are not limited to: any time I am or am not sleeping, am or am not eating, am or am not playing, am or am not being pretty, etc. Now that the guidelines have been set, I hope we are on a friendly basis, so that I can tell you a little bit more about myself. I am a Special Needs adoption because I have Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). I can help explain to you how that can change my life a tiny bit if you're willing to work with me on it. Because it is an immune deficiency, I will be able to get sick easier if I come in contact with diseases or conditions that my immune system can not fight because it is not as strong as some other cats'. This means that I will always need to be an indoor cat because there are things outside that I would be susceptible to that could make me sick and being inside can help to better prevent that. I still enjoy lounging by windows to take in the sun, and bird watching. On the plus side, it's much less grooming for me to handle, and thus, more time with my humans. Because my immune system will never be as strong, I might have a shortened life span, but right now I am still very young and spunky! I would be able to live in a home with other cats if you'd like to adopt me. FIV is not transmitted through sharing a litter box, water, toys or food at all. It can only be transmitted through deep, deep bite wounds that could be caused by a REALLY bad cat fight, but I am on the side of the good guys and fight the crime! FIV is never contagious to dogs or people, though so if you think we can solve this one together, visit me at Cape Ann Animal Aid soon.
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