I’m an adorable little round black cat. As soon as you show an interest in me, I flop over on my back because I just cannot resist petting on my belly! When my belly is petted I can hardly control myself—I start purring right away and close my eyes and sometimes my little tongue even hangs out. It’s just too cute to resist! I’m a really confident cat and you can feel free to stroll right up to me when you come in to meet me. In fact, as soon as you walk up and touch me I start to purr because I’m so excited you’re here!
I’m a young cat, so I have lots of energy and love to give. That is, if you can get me to stop pushing my belly into your hands! At one point I was a barn cat, and then I was brought to MaxFund from another shelter, so the nice people here don’t know a whole lot about my past. What does it matter anyway? I’m looking forward to my future forever home and getting my belly rubbed by you every day!
You’ll find me here in the FIV room at MaxFund. I might be sleeping when you arrive, but don’t worry, I’ll warm up to you right away. It’s a little weird to get a good angle for belly petting on your lap so I really like to cozy up next to you. Why am I in the FIV room, you ask? Well, some cats have FIV and some don’t. FIV can be spread to other cats but only through a penetrating bite, and it is not transmittable to dogs or humans. I just need to stay away from smokers. I’m not sure how I’d feel around a dog or another cat (that already has FIV), but if you ask these nice people at MaxFund, I’m sure they could tell you. I’m such a robust little kitty and can still have a long, happy, healthy life with you even though I have FIV. If you have any questions about it, just ask!
When I take my cat naps I dream of meeting you. Won’t you please come in and make my dreams come true?
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