FIV Cats Needing Homes & Homes Offered
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I recently rescued a Tom cat that had appeared in my garden.(Sandiacre Nottinghamshire) He has been at the vets today for De-matting snap test and health check. Unfortunately his FIV test came back positive. I was hoping to be able to keep him and integrate him with my other three rescues but with thus diagnosis it is just not feasible. He is a full tom cat and also will need some dental work unfortunately . I'm totally heartbroken as he is such a loving cat who loves belly rubs. I have named him Pheonix as he is ready for his new life. Please if someone can provide this lovable cat a home you will not regret it as he has so much love to give. I can provide images.
A positive snap test should be followed up with a lab test as there is a chance of a false positive. It is also possible to have an FIV+ cat as long as there aren't any fighters