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Garland (FIV+)   

In shelter Cat

Pittsboro, NC, 27312
Pet name:
Garland (FIV+)
Domestic Short Hair
APPROX DOB: 12/31/2016

Garland is one of our FIV+ cats, and while there is no cure for FIV, with proper veterinary care, cats can live normal lives for prolonged periods of time. Please read more about managing the symptoms of FIV by visiting

Interested in adopting a Goathouse cat or kitten? Please plan to take the following steps required in our adoption process:
-- Complete our online adoption application: Visit to get started!
-- Arrange to visit the cat(s) in person: Please check our website to confirm the current refuge hours prior to planning your visit. (Cats indicated as ""In Foster"" or ""At Cat Tales Cat Cafe"" require a confirmed appointment prior to your visit.)
-- Complete a home visit: Once youve had an opportunity to visit in person and complete the online application, your responses will be reviewed by the refuge staff, and if the applicant seems to be a good fit for the cat(s) of interest, a volunteer will contact you to set up a home visit. Only after a representative of the refuge has visited the applicants home will the refuge consider continuing with the adoption process.


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