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In shelter Cat

Westfield, NJ, 07090
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Buff / Tan / Fawn
Coat length:
I am very sweet, friendly playful and affectionate. Samson showed up on day at a volunteers doorstep.  He always came but never close enough to be caught one day we discovered he has his butt up in the air we thought it was the light snow on the ground until the following day same thing. He was trapped and brought to he stayed in until his wound healed and then taken back to be neutered at that time we found out he was FIV+. Hes extremely friendly loving boy he gets along with cats as long as they are not aggressive he can be with other cats as he is very laid back docile. He loves to be pet an is super affectionate. Hes a lap cat too.  He plays with toys and is driven by treats.   

I am  up to date on shots, negative for FeLv  but positive for FIV. While Samson is FIV+ he has no symptoms or health issues. 

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Homeless Animal Rescue Team, Inc.

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