Santa Claus   

In shelter Cat

Deltona, Volusia County, Florida, Uni...
Russian Blue, Domestic Long Hair, Mixed
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Santa Claus
This super yummy, long haired Russian Blue mix is an 11 year old male. He loves to cuddle and has the loudest motor ever. His curly cues on his belly are to die for!! He is FIV+ and is fully vetted—fix/vax/chip. Fee is $100!Baby boy has been dealt a hard hand in this life. He’s bounced around all over, dropped at the shelter (was there for months and we pulled him off the euth list). He made a full recovery from the one of the worst URIs we have ever seen. He got eye entropion corrective surgery to end long time suffering he was enduring.At his last checkup, he had X-rays done to clear him of any health issues and our vets found bullet fragments that are several years old. He sneezes often due to his immune system being very low and allergies that do not clear up with meds.He loves humans (babies, kids and adults alike), big dogs, kittens AND cats. This guy is a winner if we have ever seen one before! Santa just wants to be happy with his furever people. He has been given up on way too many times before. P.S. Contrary to popular belief, feline immunodeficiency virus is not easily transmittable to other cats, only by extremely deep bite wounds. This is rare if living amongst fixed cats.


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