Sahara was transferred to Grey Face from a high volume shelter partner down in South Carolina. Because of this, not much is known about her past.
Does not seem to care for them when seeing them at Grey Face
No known experience
No known experience
Sahara has been a little shy while at Grey Face, but she is still curious about us!
During her stay with us, Sahara has been using her litterbox well and will approach us for a quick greeting.
She is warming up to our affection and is open to interacting with us, but can easily get over-stimulated by too much petting.
Sahara was reported as being FeLV+, which is an incurable autoimmune disease in cats. FeLV can potentially be transmitted to other unvaccinated cats via shared grooming or other casual contact. B
ecause of this, we recommend Sahara go to a home where she is either the only cat, or a home with other cats who are already FeLV+ (or vaccinated for FeLV)
owever, many FeLV+ cats live long, happy lives with few to no complications.
Sahara is looking for a foster opportunity with someone who may have a spare room for her to wait for adoption to her forever home. Her ideal foster family would not have resident cats, as FeLV can be transmitted from deep bite wounds.
If you're interested in fostering for Sahara, please fill out a foster application here
If you'd like to adopt Sahara, please fill out an adoption application here
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