This kitten has tested positive for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). Their mother is definitely positive which means that while they have been nursing, they are getting those antibodies. This does NOT mean that the babies will remain positive. There is a high probability that they will come back negative after they have stopped nursing. It is recommended that they be retested in a month and AZCARE will cover the cost of that second test. If they remain positive, we want you to know that they can still live very long, happy and healthy lives with regular vet check-ups and the knowledge of what to watch for, such as upper respiratory infections that need to be treated right away.
My favorite thing to do is… chase the older cats in the house I want my new owner to know… he chases your feet at night and he bites them. What makes me special is… he is very loving after he eats or before
Tips From the Foster
How often I eat? he loves to eat wet food three times a day and free feed dry-he runs at the sound of pop top can Am I eating wet or dry? Dry
My favorite toys are: Pens, clothespins, cat toys and will jump at hand held toys on a stick I sleep: behind the recliner in family room or on the couch or our bed
Am I good with Dogs? Unknown
Am I good with Cats? Yes
Am I good with Kids? Yes