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Simba- FIV+   

In shelter Cat

Anchorage, AK, 99524
Pet name:
Simba- FIV+
Tabby (Orange / Red)
Extra Large
The shelter has reopened during the week for visitation only from 7-9pm.  If you are intending to adopt, appointments are still being made on the weekends only. Purrlease call the shelter at 344-8808 and if someone is not there to answer your call, purrlease leave a message and a volunteer will return your call as soon as possible. Thank you for your continued understanding and support of AHS

Simba you sure are hunk of orange burning love! At 7 years strong, Simba has a condition called FIV. FIV is short for feline immunodeficiency virus, which is an infectious retroviral disease in cats. FIV attacks a cats immune system, weakening it over time and leaving them vulnerable to secondary infections. Once a cat is infected with FIV, theyre infected for life. So what does that mean for Simba? That a wonderful home that will provide him with a high quality diet, does not allow him to wander outside and regular vet visits would be the ideal match. Also, FIV+ cats can live with other cats as the transmissible rate is very low and generally happens through deep bite wounds. Simba has lived with other cats in his previous home and likes to be purrince of the household. He is an affectionate lovebug with people, loves to play and will chat with you about his daily escapades! Simba would benefit from a home that will also provide him with exercise and enrichment activities to stimulate his body and his mind! He is a doll and he is ready to choose his purrever home! 

His family to be will also receive some supports/reading material to help with understanding FIV better and we encourage you to discuss this with your purrsonal vet to ensure that he would be a great match for your home. 
Here are some useful links with information about FIV in cats:

Originating Organization

If you find the pet, contact this organization
too for assistance in finding its owner.

Alaska Humane Society (Adopt-a-Cat)

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