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Mama Rose Domestic Short Hair & Tabby Mix Mission Viejo, CA
- Tabby (Brown / Chocolate) , White
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs. Mama Rose is FIV+ FIV-positive cats are in fact very adoptable, and can live the same lifespan as an FIV-negative cat. This research has also debunked the myth that FIV- positive cats cannot safely live with non- infected cats. Being FIV-positive means that the cat has antibodies that have been exposed to the virus, although it can take years, if ever, before the cat develops any FIV infection and clinical signs referred to as Feline AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome of Cats). If a cat has FIV, it does not necessarily have Feline AIDS. FIV is mainly passed from cat to cat through deep bite wounds, the kind that usually occurs outdoors during aggressive fights and territorial disputes,” according to the ASPCA. The virus is very fragile, and does not live for long once outside the body. It is destroyed by drying, light, heat and basic detergents.
- Good in a home with
- Other cats, children.
Meet Mama Rose
Mama Rose is FIV+, dewormed, spayed and microchipped for ID. False positives do happen, so we will be retesting Mama Rose in a few weeks. FIV-positive cats are in fact very adoptable, and can live the same lifespan as an FIV-negative cat.
If you want to meet her please complete an application at https://fs20.formsite.com/SouthernCountiesRescue/CatApplication/index.html
You can also come to our Saturday adoption event from noon to 3:00pm at Petco, 32391 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA ?92675 in Plaza Del Rio Shopping Center (with Vons). This is just a few minutes off Fwy 5, take the Camino Capistrano exit #81 then turn right on Camino Capistrano.
Not all foster cats come to every adoption event and appointments must be scheduled to attend events in advance due to current social distancing protocols.
Ask About Mama Rose
- Domestic Short Hair
- Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Southern Counties Rescue Inc.