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Sponsor a Special Needs Cat
Some of our cats are not as easily adoptable
because of medical conditions and or behavioral problems. Our commitment to them is to provide the best possible care, food, medical attention, shelter and unconditional love
for the rest of their natural lives. Sponsoring a cat whose story touched your life, helps to offset the costs of their care and creates a unique bond for you and your sponsor cat. The bond formed through Sponsorship is one that keeps you connected to the progress of your special friend and gives you the rare opportunity to witness their growth over time.
You can sponsor as many feline friends as you like with either a one-time donation or a recurring monthly donation. Sponsor a cat as a gift or a tribute in honor or memory of a loved one.
Virtual adoption can be a rewarding experience.
stands for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus
. It's a lentivirus, meaning that it progresses very slowly, gradually affecting a cat's immune system. It is passed through blood transfusions and through serious, penetrating bite wounds—mainly by stray, intact tom cats. The most well-known lentivirus in humans is HIV. But the two are not at all the same, and you can't get FIV from a cat. In fact, the only thing about FIV that you can catch is a bad case of the rumors. Despite what many people think, cats with this condition can live perfectly long, happy, healthy lives.
Knowing what we now do of the prolonged nature of the condition, euthanasia is totally inappropriate and inhumane. Being killed in a road accident is a far higher risk for a cat than FIV.
+Read the complete article here: F.I.V. Information