Jul 30th


ByNina | In Adoptable Cats, FIV+

Hi, there! I was transferred from Ocean County Animal Facility in Jackson Township. I am very lucky I came here because most shelters are likelier to euthanize an FIV+ cat. We are more prone to sickness when exposed to germs. Like with children at school, illnesses such as head colds can circulate easily in a shelter with so many felines hanging around. With limited resources to care for so many animals (sick or otherwise), they have no choice but to euthanize the ones that are most likely to get sick, and those with FIV+ are always at the top of the list because they are more susceptible to getting sick.

Luckily for me, the MCSPCA does NOT euthanize FIV+ kitties! I am about 5 years young. I’m still getting used to my new surroundings, but there’s a very loving girl in here just waiting for you to bring her home. We’ll be best buddies and have lots of snuggles and playtime together. I’m used to being an only cat, but I could try getting to know your friendly, chilled out kitty at home. I definitely wouldn’t mind being the center of attention as your one and only gal either. Don’t miss out on bringing a truly lovely little lady home with you!

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