In shelter Cat

North Fort Myers, Florida, 33903
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
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Suzy captures attention immediately with her unique color pattern! The bold splashes of black on white give her a Picasso appearance! Suzy came to ARC as a very young kitten who tested positive for FIV. Often a FIV positive mother cat will pass false positive exposure to the babies in utero. Very often, as the kitten matures, the initial exposure reverses itself and the kitten becomes negative. It is therefore important to foster a young kitten like Suzy for a few months to get a true and final test result. In Suzy's case her test results at age 6 months are not reversing and she will be FIV positive permanently. She can however live a long and healthy life and is now available for adoption. Suzy remains in a foster home enjoying the company of her human and feline friends. With advance interest, arrangements can be made to bring Suzy up to ARC for a meet and greet. She is very cat friendly and gets along with everyone else. There is no danger of passing FIV as long as all cats in the home are spayed/neutered and are not territorially aggressive. Confrontation is the last thing on Suzy's mind. She much rather take a snooze in a sunbeam, bat her catnip toys in the air, use her scratching post and then curl up on the bed by your side. Might you consider adding her to your household?  Birth Date Aug 2020


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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