You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.North Texas Cat Rescue P.O Box 1504 McKinney, TX 75070 214.454.9395 www.northtexascatrescue.com
After surviving his whole life on the streets, Sarge has earned his respect. Sarge is a VERY mild mannered and easygoing cat. He purrs a lot and loves to be petted but is not needy. Sarge is moderately active and likes other cats. He is currently being fostered with young cats and they play, take naps and sleep together. Sarge also cleans the kittens. Sarge is like a Grandpa to the them.
Sarge is also FIV positive. If youre not familiar with FIV, it stands for feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV). It is a virus that is not transmittable to other species and only spread from cat-to-cat via blood - so deep bite wounds. It does not negatively affect a cats life or lifespan nor does it impact their quality of life. FIV+ cats may have above average dental disease, i.e. need dentals sooner or more often, but that is not always the case with every FIV+ cat. Its really important that when FIV+ cats are taken for yearly check-ups at the vet, their teeth are also checked.
Sarge is one of the nicest tom cats Ive ever fostered. His sweet personality and easy going temperament won me over! He looks grumpy in his picture and has a few battle scars but dont let that fool you; he is such a sweetheart!!
If youre interested in being Sarges forever home, please submit an application.
Sarge would do best in a home that truly makes him part of the family.Please contact NTCR AT 214.454.9395 should you have any concerns or questions.
Please note: We appreciate all interest in our cats and kittens, but we are an all volunteer organization. Please be patient with regard to a call back. Should you need to surrender the cat you adopted from NTCR, please email us at surrenderNTCRcat@northtexascatrescue.com.
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