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Luke - FIV+   

In shelter Cat

Reston, VA, 20191
Pet name:
Luke - FIV+
Domestic Short Hair
Gray / Blue / Silver
An approved adoption application is required to meet me in my foster home -- fill out an application today! Our mailing address is Reston, VA and our cats fostered in NoVA and DC homes.
Washington, D.C.- Suburban Virginia/Maryland Area inquiries only, please!

Luke, which means light giving, is a sweet, loving soul who is ready to light up your life. He will immediately make himself at home and be your instant companion. His hobbies include biscuit making, purring, belly rubs, deep conversations, and cozying up against you. We rescued this handsome boy after his family moved and left him behind. Luke is super friendly and cant wait to be part of a loving home.

Luke is such a chill and laid back boy that even though he hasnt been in a foster home with dogs, we see no reason this little fella wouldnt do great with dogs with the proper introductions and meeting!

Please check out the below informational links about an FIV+ diagnosis and why it is not a reason to shy away from adopting. 9/29/22 1:38 PM
The Feline Foundation of Greater Washington Inc. (703) 920-8665


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