Judd is a sweet, mellow Manx mix. He loves ear scratches and will let you know when he isn’t getting enough by giving gentle “head butts!” Judd is also FIV positive (+). Read Judd's full profile.
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Nancy gets along fine with other cats, but isn’t such a big fan of dogs. She is a bit of an “attention hog” and loves to cuddle and be held. Nancy is FIV+ and needs a family to love on her. Read Nancy's full profile.
Duane is an affectionate, lover type. He will happily sit on your lap while you watch a movie together. Duane is FIV+ and is looking for a permanent place to call home. Read Duane's full profile.
Kismet is shy at first, but warms up to become a chatty, cuddly lady, who happens to be a good hunter! Kismet is FIV+ and is looking for her very own forever family. Read Kismet's full profile.
Joel wanted to foster a cat. He already shared his home with Mr. K, a FIV+ stray he was lucky enough to find about three years ago. Since he already had experience with a FIV+ pet, Joel was happy to foster Nanook, who is also FIV+. But when Joel would take Nanook to APA adoption events, he found himself hoping that nobody would adopt him. He realized he had already fallen for Nanook, so Joel made him a permanent member of their home. It’s been almost a year now and Nanook still shows no FIV symptoms. Joel takes both cats for vet check-ups once or twice a year, but no other special care has been required. Both Nanook and Mr. K are about 7-8 years old, FIV+, and they lead full, healthy, joyful lives in their forever home with Joel.