Sammy – Showed Up in a Cat Community; Either Abandoned or Escaped

3/11/20 – Sammy showed up in a cat community being cared for by a friend. It was thought he was a feral cat and we were asked to cover his neuter and vaccines. After the surgery, it was determined that Sammy wasn’t a feral cat at all but was very friendly and affectionate. So, we paid for him to be tested. Unfortunately, after two tests, he was found to be positive for FIV. But, as you may have read in one of our earlier posts, this should never be a death knell. FIV positive cats can live long and healthy lives within a loving home environment. FIV is typically transmitted through bites and once a cat is brought inside and spayed/neutered there are much less reasons for fights. Sammy is being fostered by our friend Debra. He is about approximately 3 years old. If you are interested in giving this very loving boy a home, please contact Dee at: [email protected]
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