Fred, Cat, Norwegian Forest Cat / Domestic Long Hair / Mixed
Norwegian Forest Cat / Domestic Long Hair / Mixed
Norwegian Forest Cat
Domestic Long Hair
Vaccinations Up to Date:
From Fred's family: Fred is a beautiful, loving cat in need of a very special home. Fred has tested positive for FIV which means he must be the only cat. However, Fred is currently living with Ginger, who was another stray kitty that also tested postive for FIV at one of our clinics. They are very happy together and we would like to find them a home together, if possible. Fred is a very large cat that craves attention. He currently has to be isolated from the other cats so he doesn't get the attention that he would very much like. Fred is the kind of kitty that will wrap his paws around your ankle when you try to walk away. He is a big fur-ball of a kitty who loves to be held and pet.
Fred is also very clever. We have the lever-style door knobs and he has figured out he can jump up and hit it with his paw to get into the house! Fred truly is a sweetheart of a cat that has had a rough life. He would very much like a loving, forever home where he can be warm, happy, and loved. The adoption fee is $28 for both which includes alteration (spay/neuter), vaccination (first shots/age appropriate), microchipping, and de-worming. Panora P.E.T.S.: Panora P.E.T.S. is a division of A.P.E. (the Animal Protection and Education Charity) of Greene County. P.E.T.S. does not have a shelter; we list animals in need from Guthrie County because there is no shelter within Guthrie County. P.E.T.S. lists available animals as a public service for our local communities. We are asking for interested parties to fill out a pre-adoption questionnaire prior to lining up an appointment for you to see the animal at the animal's home.
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