FIV home offered Scotland

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FIV home offered Scotland

Post by fivsrock » Thu Oct 10, 2019 12:19 am

Hi - I have sadly had to pts one of my FIV +ve boys. I am sure that he would have wanted me to help out another cat in need as I helped him. So to that end i am looking to home an FIV +ve boy. I live in scotland but i am willing to travel to rehome the right little guy (and i have previously rehomed fiv cats from a number of places in england). I have owned 6 fiv cats to date and now have a friendly playful 5 year old fiv boy looking for a friend to play with. I live in a detached house and have an enclosed garden in which i have located a 12 foot outdoor run so that my cats have the chance to get out into the sunshine and watch the birds etc. I have a 9 year old cat savy son and visiting children/dogs. I was previously a cats protection fosterer. We have been on quite a rollercoaster ride health wise recently with the health of my cat so being honest i am ideally looking for cat with no health issues a present apart from the fiv status of course. I am fully aware that there are no guarantees with anything in life but i don't want to start things off with a cat who is already unwell - my son has been through enough recently to knowingly go down that path again. I don't mind a cat who has been in the wars or has three legs or a missing eye or anything like that. If you think that you might know of any fiv cats that might fit into our family then please let me know.

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Re: FIV home offered Scotland

Post by Cat-FAQ » Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:55 am


I am sorry for your loss and thank you for thinking of taking on a new FIV+ kitty.

The following links on the main Cat Chat site might be useful for you, if you haven’t already seen them:
See Cats Needing Homes near you here:
Find your local rescue & rehoming organisations here:
Also, our FIV information page may be useful:
Hope that helps.

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