Meow! I'm so glad you're thinking about adopting a new fur-ever family member. To help you with your big decision, here are a few things you should know. First, cats just want to be happy and feel loved. Living inside and being a part of the family is really important to us. A lot of the things you need as humans to stay happy and healthy, us cats need too. We depend on you for things like vet visits, nutritious food, clean water, toys, play time and of course, lots of love and attention! So thanks for stopping by, I hope you'll keep me in mind when you make your big decision!I have tested positive for FeLV. Feline Leukemia Virus is a cat-only disease and is easily spread through saliva. Sharing food bowls and grooming each other are common ways the disease is spread. Infected cats are often asymptomatic and can remain healthy with no sign of illness for many years, and possibly even their entire life. If you decide to bring me home, know that you are doing a very noble thing. Although my lifespan may be shorter than that of a normal cat, my life can still be filled with happiness. Whatever length my life ends up being, my time can be joy-filled thanks to you.Because I am FeLV positive, I qualify for the Grey Whisker Club (with benefits!) program. Adopt me and all my routine medical care, food, medication and other supplies will be provided by Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, free of charge. If you are interested in adopting me or learning more about FeLV, please speak with an Adoption Coordinator.
Adoption Process Next Steps
If you are interested in adopting me, please contact email@example.com to set up an appointment to meet me. If you have questions please call 561-686-3663.