Snowshoe kittens & cats in Arizona

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Male, 8 yrs 7 mos
Prescott, AZ
(when grown) -
Prince is just that, a real prince of a cat. He is regal and sophisticated but he is the sweetest most lovable gentleman. Prince absolutely loves affection and lounging around in the cat trees and soft beds. He does great with other cats and lived with several in the past. He is a handsome Siamese/Snowshoe mix who is 8.5-years-old. He has the beautiful blue eyes and fur coloration of both of these breeds. He was rescued with a number of other cats from a hoarding situation. Prince is FIV positive but could live with other cats as he is not aggressive whatsoever. None of the other cats from his previous home have FIV. Recent research on FIV cats living with other cats has shown that FIV is not easily passed between cats as it cannot be spread casually through litter boxes, food and water bowls, or snuggling and playing. This disease is transferred when an infected cat bites another cat and breaks the other cat's skin. This means that a neutered cat in a home is highly unlikely to infect any other cats as long as they are properly introduced or are not particularly aggressive in nature. It has been shown that FIV cats can live a normal lifespan. Please consider giving this wonderful fellow a good, loving home. We will be happy to provide more information about this. Prince is current on vaccinations, tested negative for FeLV, is neutered and is microchipped. Our adoption fee for one altered adult cat (7+ years old) is $75 which helps cover expenses (vaccinations, spay/neuter, food, housing) for the homeless pets United Animal Friends rescues. There is a discounted adoption fee for a second cat that is adopted at the same time. If you have any questions or to adopt a cat from United Animal Friends (UAF) an application must be filled out. Filling out this form does not obligate you to adopt, but gives us the information needed to make sure the pet is suited to your home. From the Petfinder website ( click the 'More About Us Button' and then click on the 'Adoption Application' button that will take you to the United Animal Friends website. Then follow the UAF website directions below: From the United Animal Friends website: Select "Adoptable Cats" and pick the cat you are interested in. To apply to adopt, open the cat's profile, and click the gray "Apply for Adoption" button to get started. The fastest way to get to the adoptable cat page is to copy and then paste this link into your browser: A United Animal Friends representative will contact you soon after receiving the application form. Help us save more lives by fostering a dog or cat. If you live in the Prescott AZ area please go to our website and learn more about fostering!

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United Animal Friends

P.O. Box 11133, Prescott , AZ 86304

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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