Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Help FIV+ Cats Find Homes!

These four big, friendly boys are rooming together at Feline Rescue’s Adoption Center. They get along great with each other and love people.

Galileo is a mellow lap cat who also likes to play.

Satchell loves other cats!

Astor is adorable and athletic.
Little Guy is soft and sweet.

A friendly and furry fistfight:

These cats have all tested positive for the FIV virus, but please don’t let that scare you away.

What is FIV?
FIV is an immunodeficiency virus that over time may leave a cat more susceptible to illness. But most FIV cats live normal, healthy lives with few or no health problems. FIV can't spread to other cats through casual contact like grooming, cuddling, or sharing food and litter boxes (it's transmitted primarily though deep bite wounds). FIV can't spread to people or dogs.

If you’re looking to adopt a cat or two, please consider our FIV cats! To meet or hear more more about them, visit the Adoption Center or call 651-642-5900, ext. 3.


  1. These boys are so sweet and outgoing. They all love people and beg for visitors in their Man Cave. I stopped in their Cave on Sunday to give them a bright yellow food dish, and they all danced at my feet - even after they realized there wasn't any food in the new dish!


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