My story: Hello there, future family!!!!! If you adopt me, you’ll not only be taking home one of the most handsome cat in NJ but you’ll be adding an absolutely amazing kitty cat to your family. I’m friendly, affectionate and extremely easy to love. I’m a purring machine and when you pet me I make muffins. And did you see my different colored eyes?
I came to the MCSPCA after being found as a stray cat and brought to a shelter in North Carolina. Sadly, many shelters euthanize FIV+ cats because they are more likely to get sick when exposed to germs. Since a shelter is like a nursery school where things like head colds circulate easily, shelters with limited resources have no choice but to euthanize the animals most likely to get sick. Unfortunately, FIV+ kitties are always at the top of the list.
Fortunately for me, the MCSPCA does not euthanize FIV+ kitties!! They offered to take me in and find me a home. So, I hitched a ride on the last puppy transport to NJ! I am approximately 2 1/2 years young.
Since I was found as a stray, nothing is known about my life prior to being found. I definitely love people and would love to be a family pet-that’s my goal in life!!!! I seem to be okay with other cats, so I would absolutely consider living with a feline friend or two in my forever home. I’ll give you sooooooo much love and you will be so happy if you add me to your family-so please take me home today!! 😊 😊 😊
I am FIV+, which means that my immune system can be weaker than the average cat. This isn’t a problem as long as I am kept inside and up-to-date on vet visits and vaccinations. FIV+ kitties typically run into problems when they are left outdoors to fend for themselves. It is only transmitted from cat-to-cat through reproduction and bite wounds.