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Arrived:

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Dec-2020

Kit Kat

Meet Kit Kat! She was tested FIV+
She will have to go to a single cat home or an FIV+ home.

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For those of you who want a bit of info on FIV+ cats:

Many FIV+ cats can live normal lifespans. These days, it is not unusual to find FIV+ cats reaching 15 years or more.

FIV-positive means that your cat has been infected by the virus, but it may be years, if ever, before the cat develops the clinical signs referred to as Feline AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome of cats). Just being diagnosed with the FIV virus does not mean your cat has feline AIDS.

FIV is only contagious among cats and difficult to transmit. It is spread primarily through bite wounds. The virus is transmitted via the saliva of an FIV-positive cat when it bites deep into the tissue of another cat. Casual, non-aggressive contact does NOT spread the virus.
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Kit Kat came into the shelter with her friend Oreo. They were brought into a person's home about 2 months ago but she could not keep them. Prior to that they had been living outside. 

Kit Kat is a petite little girl with gorgeous coloring of beige and grey. She will need some time to warm up new people.

Kit Kat is now spayed and has had her first vaccine, flea treatment and deworming. 

If you want to adopt this beautiful girl please click on the “ADOPT” button below to fill out an application.

The shelter is now open to the public Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday each week from 11-4pm. Adoptions will still be by appointment only! Allison's cuddle room will still be closed to the public but will only be open to people who are adopting an animal! Face masks are mandatory and only up to 8 people can be in the shelter at a time. There will be a hand sanitizing station in each room to be used by visitors.

 
Status: Adopted
 
Age: 2
 
Sex: Female
 
Breed: Domestic
 
Size: Small
 
Spayed/Neutered: Yes