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Alice Domestic Short Hair Pittsburgh, PA
- Gray & White
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs. FeLV+ (feline leukemia positive).
- Good in a home with
- Dogs, children.
- Prefers a home without
- Other cats.
* Needs to be an only cat, or with other FeLV+ cats
* Likes respectful kids and nice doggies
* Needs a loving, low-stress home
Hello my name is Alice (or Ally, ally, ally, ally, as foster mom calls me). I've been told I'm adorable (which I won't deny!). I love pets and attention and I'll even poke you to get them at times! I've even been known to curl my back, paws up like a question mark and reach out for your love. I'm told this can soften even the hardest heart! But I'm not a fan of being picked up and held so please respect that, OK?
So, WHY am I in a foster home and not my own? Well, that's a great question!! I'm told its because I have feline leukemia, or FeLV, which requires a super special Purrent. I could be an only cat, live with dogs and people, or live with other FELV+ cats (but mixing me with an FeLV- cat wouldn't be ideal).
I'm fine with respectful kids and nice doggies and would be fine in a quieter home with a gentle dog or other FeLV+ cat who wouldn't bully me. So that's it! I have some quirks, but who doesn't?? But this adorable face is adoptable and I'm waiting at my foster home to meet you!! So, fill out an application and come meet me! http://tinyurl.com/pghcatapp
(FeLV, otherwise known as feline leukemia, is a virus that impairs the cat's immune system and can shorten their lives. During the early stages of infection, cats often exhibit no symptoms and no signs of disease at all. Over time, however, the cat's health may deteriorate. We do not recommend that FeLV+ kitties live with FeLV- kitties. Cats infected with FeLV can live for years in relative good health, but their health should be vigorously monitored. Alice will best thrive in a loving, low-key home where she's fed a high-quality diet and checked regularly by a veterinarian supportive of maintaining and treating an FeLV+ cat. Controlling secondary infections and treating other illnesses as they arise is key, so Alice will require a committed and loving adopter. In return, she will give much love and joy, and many snuggles and purrs!)
P.S. Like all of our cats, Alice is neutered, microchipped, dewormed, flea-treated, and up-to-date on all of her vaccinations!
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- Domestic Short Hair
- Gray & White