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Bond FELV+

Male Young Domestic Short Hair

Meet Bond, not James just Bond. Bond comes to you in his dress black and white tuxedo.coloring, Bond loves to play with laser lights and... show more

Meet Bond, not James just Bond. Bond comes to you in his dress black and white tuxedo.coloring, Bond loves to play with laser lights and would be happy to help you do most anything. Bond had an ear infection as a kitten which affected his vestibular balance. This is why he has a head tilt.  Bond is also FELV positive and will need to live alone or with other FELV cats . FeLV is a retrovirus found exclusively in cats, other animals and humans cannot be infected. Despite its name, FeLV causes a wide range of diseases in cats including many types of cancer, anemia, and immune system suppression.Cats that are positive for FeLV can have months to years of no symptoms. They may also be more prone to dental disease, infections, and slower wound healing. Cats with FeLV generally experience a precipitous decline in health several months to years after infection. Depending on the strain of disease and the cat's immune system, this may entail the development of anemia, a weakened immune system, or certain types of cancer (including lymphoma and leukemia).Cancers associated with FeLV are generally less responsive to therapy than in FeLV-cats, and are more likely to reoccur. Prognosis is poor for these cats, who often survive only weeks to months after diagnosis. Cats who present with FeLV associated with anemia or a weakened immune system may be more responsive to therapy. Corticosteroids, immune modifying drugs, and supportive care are used to restore quality of life in these cats. Cats may become infected through mutual grooming, sharing water bowls, mating, or at birth. Any cat can be infected, and cats sharing a home with infected cats are at high risk of disease. In North America, approximately 3.5% of cats are infected with FeLV. Pawsibilities Animal Rescue is a no-kill shelter with a desire to make a difference in the lives of the animals we rescue. We strive to educate the public on the animal overpopulation problem and the importance of spaying and neutering, allowing them to realize the benefits of opting to adopt instead of buying a pet. Please see our website or email  for more information about us and how we can help you. www.pawsibilitiesrescue.org / pawsibilitiesanimalrescue@yahoo.com   show less

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Bugsy

Female Adult American Short Hair

Bugsy will roll his way into your heart. Bugsy loves to be brushed and loved. He recently lost his best friend Captain America and would... show more

Bugsy will roll his way into your heart. Bugsy loves to be brushed and loved. He recently lost his best friend Captain America and would love to share his love with you. Bugsy is about 5 years old and loves to play. Bugsy is not FELV positive but has lived with other FELV cats.  When Bugsy came to Pawsibilities he was bonded to his friend who was FELV.  His friend has since passed away.  Bugsy was recently tested for FELV and the test was negative.  . FeLV is a retrovirus found exclusively in cats, other animals and humans cannot be infected. Despite its name, FeLV causes a wide range of diseases in cats including many types of cancer, anemia, and immune system suppression.Cats that are positive for FeLV can have months to years of no symptoms. They may also be more prone to dental disease, infections, and slower wound healing. Cats with FeLV generally experience a precipitous decline in health several months to years after infection. Depending on the strain of disease and the cat's immune system, this may entail the development of anemia, a weakened immune system, or certain types of cancer (including lymphoma and leukemia).Cancers associated with FeLV are generally less responsive to therapy than in FeLV-cats, and are more likely to reoccur. Prognosis is poor for these cats, who often survive only weeks to months after diagnosis. Cats who present with FeLV associated with anemia or a weakened immune system may be more responsive to therapy. Corticosteroids, immune modifying drugs, and supportive care are used to restore quality of life in these cats. Cats may become infected through mutual grooming, sharing water bowls, mating, or at birth. Any cat can be infected, and cats sharing a home with infected cats are at high risk of disease. In North America, approximately 3.5% of cats are infected with FeLV. Pawsibilities Animal Rescue is a no-kill shelter with a desire to make a difference in the lives of the animals we rescue. We strive to educate the public on the animal overpopulation problem and the importance of spaying and neutering, allowing them to realize the benefits of opting to adopt instead of buying a pet. Please see our website or email  for more information about us and how we can help you. www.pawsibilitiesrescue.org / pawsibilitiesanimalrescue@yahoo.com show less

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Nova FeLV+

Male Senior Domestic Long Hair

Experience a Nova like never before. Nova is a beautiful longer haired male cat who is ready to go to his forever home. Nova loves to be... show more

Experience a Nova like never before. Nova is a beautiful longer haired male cat who is ready to go to his forever home. Nova loves to be pet and held. He has a misaligned tooth which causes his tongue to stick out making him even more endearing. Nova is FELV positive and will need to live alone or with other FELV cats. FeLV is a retrovirus found exclusively in cats, other animals and humans cannot be infected. Despite its name, FeLV causes a wide range of diseases in cats including many types of cancer, anemia, and immune system suppression.Cats that are positive for FeLV can have months to years of no symptoms. They may also be more prone to dental disease, infections, and slower wound healing. Cats with FeLV generally experience a precipitous decline in health several months to years after infection. Depending on the strain of disease and the cat's immune system, this may entail the development of anemia, a weakened immune system, or certain types of cancer (including lymphoma and leukemia).Cancers associated with FeLV are generally less responsive to therapy than in FeLV-cats, and are more likely to reoccur. Prognosis is poor for these cats, who often survive only weeks to months after diagnosis. Cats who present with FeLV associated with anemia or a weakened immune system may be more responsive to therapy. Corticosteroids, immune modifying drugs, and supportive care are used to restore quality of life in these cats. Cats may become infected through mutual grooming, sharing water bowls, mating, or at birth. Any cat can be infected, and cats sharing a home with infected cats are at high risk of disease. In North America, approximately 3.5% of cats are infected with FeLV. show less