This week’s Cat of the Week is particular for 2 causes. Hector is a polydactyl, or what most individuals name a Hemingway cat; that means he has additional toes. The opposite factor that makes him particular is that he has FIV, often known as feline aids. FIV cats are sometimes neglected, due to worry or lack of know-how. In a nutshell, FIV cats have a compromised immune system. They aren’t contagious to individuals or different species. FIV may be unfold from mom to kitten and thru deep penetrating chew wounds. Hector is a lover not a fighter, in order that’s not one thing to fret about. He’s solely 3 years previous and has no different well being points. He’s a kind of cats you could’t assist however fall in love with. He’s affectionate, playful and searching for somebody to offer him an opportunity. In case you have already dismissed him due to his FIV prognosis, I encourage you to do your individual analysis. For extra data, name Serving to Paws Animal Sanctuary at 239-283-9100 or come meet this wonderful cat. In the event you’d somewhat simply donate, our deal with is 10060 Mallory Parkway E, Unit D, St. James Metropolis, FL, 33956, or there’s at all times our web site www.helpingpawsanimalsanctuary.com.
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