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In shelter Cat

Pontiac, MI, 48340
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Sassy lost her home when her owner passed away.  She is a lovely cat with a sweet and friendly personality.  She loves being pet, and shell make a cute little squeaky sound to encourage you to give her some attention.  Although she doesnt like being picked up, she does enjoy people and will purr up a storm if you give her some affection.  Sassy is hoping to find someone to shower her with the love and care she deserves!
Sassy has been diagnosed with FIV. This means she is more susceptible to some feline illnesses. She can still live a long, healthy life. She doesnt require any medication or special treatment - just regular trips to the vet. FIV is not transferrable to dogs or humans. FIV cats can live with other cats if they get along. FIV can only be transferred from cat to cat by a deep bite wound. Dont be hesitant to give an FIV cat a home. They have tons of love to give!


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