Having Sabbath around is like having a miniature black panther in your home. This sleek black beauty was adopted as a kitten, but returned to the rescue group that placed him when his owner fell on hard times.
Sabbath tested negative for FeLV/FIV as a kitten and was vaccinated for FIV by his adopter. He was retested on return to Kitten Rescue and now tests positive for FIV. This is common for cats who have been vaccinated because of the antibodies in the vaccine. Sabbath is relatively small for a male cat, but don't let that fool you! His is outgoing and confident, and adapts quickly to a new environment. He does not get along with other cats, so needs to an only cat. As king of the house, he will be a fine companion--independent, yet playful and affectionate.
Why don't you make a date to meet Sabbath? In this case, having a black cat cross your path is decidedly good luck!
If you are interested in learning more about Sabbath or in adopting him, please click here to email his foster parent.
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