Feb 18th


ByNina | In Adoptable Cats, FIV+

Hi, there! I lived with my owner in Long Branch since I was a kitten. Unfortunately they moved and could not take me with them, so I had to say goodbye to my only home (and human) and come to the shelter. Now I’m hoping for a second chance! I am 5 years young.

I’m always interested in meeting new people. However, like my name, I can be a little spicy. I would do best in a home with someone who knows their kitty etiquette! I will come to you when I want to be petted, and I don’t mind telling you when I’ve had enough. I could live with another cat who is more independent and mellow like me, or I would also be happy living on my own. Either way, I know I’ll be a very happy girl when I’m back in a loving home!

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. Lucky for me, I am done with my outdoor days!!!! FIV is only transmitted from cat-to-cat through reproduction and bite wounds. My FIV+ status doesn’t bother me one bit and I hope you don’t care either! I know you’ll love having me around for sure!!!

Right now, the Monmouth County SPCA is PURRticipating in an amazing program called Cat Pawsitive.
Cat Pawsitive is presented by The Jackson Galaxy Foundation (you might know Jackson Galaxy from his Animal Planet show, “My Cat From Hell”). The program is designed to teach shelter cats fun tricks to both help them stand out to potential adopters while providing enrichment during their stay at the shelter.
Right now, I’m working on “sit,” “high five,”and “nose boop.” I can’t wait to learn more with you!!
Watch me on video:

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