Meet Gus, a beautiful 2-year-old short hair tabby. He showed up on our farm as a stray but with devoted time and attention, has truly become the sweetest cat.
Gus is FIV positive, which means that he has an immune system that is weakened, but with proper care, can live a long, happy and healthy life. He doesn’t require any special medications, just a good, high quality diet and a peaceful and loving environment.
Gus is a very affectionate cat who is always purring, loves to cuddle and play with toys. Anyone who meets him falls in love. He is neutered, litter box and house trained and the vet declared him a very healthy cat.
Gus has already been through so much in his short little life and would thrive in a home that is willing to be patient and gentle, especially in the beginning. He would make a great companion for someone who is willing to give him the extra care, love and attention he needs.
Gus would be best suited as an indoor cat in a one cat household.
FIV is a virus that is spread through deep bite wounds and is not transmissible to humans. With proper care and a healthy diet, FIV cats can live long and happy lives. An FIV cat can live with a non-FIV cat as long as they don’t fight (and are fixed of course)
Please note, this is a CCAR courtesy post. If you’re interested in adopting Gus or want to learn more about him, please contact Stacee directly at 778-676-5204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.