Meow! My name is Mustard
I am already neutered, housetrained, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Mustard is an ultra-friendly 6 year old male FIV-positive male kitty. Mustard loves people and just wants to be surrounded by people who love him. He likes to be where the action is (which means whereever the people are) and just wants to be petted or find a warm lap in which to sit. Mustard is a real love and someone (or some family) will be very happy if they have him as their pet.This cat is FIV positive; FIV stands for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus. It is a lentivirus, meaning that it progresses very slowly, gradually affecting a catâ€™s immune system. It is passed through blood transfusions and through serious, penetrating bite wounds (mainly by stray, intact male cats). FIV cats usually live long and healthy lives as long as they are kept up-to-date on vaccinations and any illnesses that develop are treated aggressively.
More information about Helping Paws Animal Sanctuary
Adopting the unadoptable.
Providing abandoned and unwanted pets a second chance.
We are Lee County's newest animal shelter. We do not euthanize pets to make room for other animals. We provide housing for special needs cats/kittens as well as healthy animals.
We do not believe in cages and try to keep the animals in a "home-like" setting.
Due to lack of space, at this time we are only accepting cats.
Our shelter is open by appointment only (239) 283-9100 at 10060 Mallory E Pkwy. Unit D, St. James City, FL, 33956.
You can also find our cats in the adoption counter at Santa Barbara Animal Hospital, at 395 Santa Barbara Blvd. N,
Cape Coral, Fl 33993
Potential adopters will be given an application to fill out. An interview and/or home inspection is a possibility.
A fee will be charged at the time the agreement is signed. It covers the cost of :
Feline Leukemia/FIV Test
Shots appropriate to age
Spay/Neutering (if older than 6 months)