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Why have one buddy when you can have two?

Cats-2-forwebWesley is a beautiful Siamese boy who is between 1 and 2 years old. He is a quiet boy who likes people but tends to be a bit shy. He would need a little less hectic home to thrive.

Late last fall Hemmingway was pulled from a high kill shelter, was very sick with an upper respiratory infection and weighed 6 pounds.  His foster mom took awesome care of him, in fact, so well that he now weighs in at 15 lbs. He is not fat, he is a healthy weight for his size. He is a big cuddly boy. Hemmingway is a total luv muffin. He absolutely loves human attention.  He begs you for it.  He also gives hugs and is a total lap kitty.  A great way to keep warm this winter.  He has a laid back but inquisitive personality which makes it easy for him to fit into any family or household.

Hemmingway and Wesley are special needs kitty boys.  They have tested positive for FIV which causes them to have a lower immune system. They  need a special home with either other FIV+ cats or no other cats. FIV is not transmitted to dogs or humans. FIV positive cats usually live normal life spans if they receive annual vet visits,  are given high protein food and L-Lysine Supplements which is an inexpensive immune booster  Since they are special needs cats, they have a reduced adoption fee of $50.00  They have been totally vetted, have all vaccinations, wormed, treated for fleas and ear mites, neutered and has a microchip with free registration.