Sep 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’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 J 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!!!


Comments are closed.

Monmouth County SPCA | Tax ID: 21-0679893
web design by 2 Dogs Design
The MCSPCA is a 501(C)3 tax-exempt charitable organization.