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Meet Dodger!

He was tested FIV+

He will have to go to a single cat home or an FIV+ home.


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+ 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+ cat when it bites deep into the tissue of another cat. Casual, non-aggressive contact does NOT spread the virus.


He is a very friendly guy who is around 3 years old. He was seen at the vet and he has an old eye injury that they called a corneal ulcer and because it has been there for so long there was nothing that could be done to repair it. His eye does not bother him at all. He is a complete utter sook! He is so friendly that it made it hard to get photos of him.

He is now neutered and up to date on vaccines, deworming and flea treatment. So far, he seems to do well with some cats and not others. He has shown a strong dislike to dogs! We think he would also do well with children.

If you want to adopt or foster this handsome man, then please click on the "AODPT” or “FOSTER” button below. Remember all materials are provided for fostering.

Please note that due COVID-19 Government Restrictions our shelter will be open to the general public Monday - Saturday 11am - 4pm. Masks are mandatory with an 8-person capacity. Adoptions will operate by appointment only.

Status: Euthanized
Age: 3
Sex: Male
Breed: Domestic
Size: Medium
Spayed/Neutered: Yes