Meet Mighty Mac! Mac was found by one of our volunteers as a stray. He was in really bad shape after either severe neglect or a long life as a stray. Although he's a little rough looking, he has a huge heart of gold and loves people. He will talk to you and follow you, and is also very treat motivated. Mac's ears appear scrunched up likely from untreated aural hematomas caused by ear mites. His front left leg had a very large, old laceration. His front leg is also in a fixed curved position and he has a mineralized tendon in his left rear leg. He appears to hobble when he walks, but can actually get around really well. He can move quickly when he wants to, or jump up onto cat trees. Mac is also positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). This virus is not easily transmitted, so he can live with non-positive cats as long as they get along and you follow recommended guides to introducing cats. Mac unfortunately has a lot of factors making him less desirable for adoption to the general public. Mac will need someone with a huge heart for special needs kitties to give him his forever home. He so badly deserves his own happily ever after with all that this poor boy has endured. His adoption fee is $150, which includes his neuter, FIV/Leukemia testing, age appropriate vaccinations, general deworming, a microchip, and beginning heartworm/flea prevention. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for adoption information!
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