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Harold (FIV +)   

In shelter Cat

Pacific Palisades, CA, 90272
Pet name:
Harold (FIV +)
Tabby (Buff / Tan / Fawn)
Coat length:
Harold is ready for adoption!!

Remember handsome Harold from Devore? Well he’s now been neutered, dewormed, out of his iso period and he’s ready for his furrever people to come swoop him out! 
Unfortunately he did test positive for FIV, so he does need an open minded adopter. He gets along swimmingly with his 2 foster siblings and loves people. I went to meet him yesterday at his foster’s and this guy is awesome. The best way to describe him is a “lovable loaf”!!! He is THE definition of a coach potato !  He will sit there by your side for hours if you let him.
 He’s got the funniest personality and we love him so much. And don’t let that RBF fool you! His face just seems to always look unimpressed with you! Lolzzzz. He has those adorable chubby cheeks that are called “stud cheeks” or “stud jowls” and they develop in unneutered adult males. A lot of times we see them in FIV cats but it’s not a symptom of the virus. If left outside these unfixed boys are the highest risk group for contracting FIV because of their testosterone-driven behavioral patterns, i.e. fighting and mating. 
FIV does not cause chubby cheeks but they are often found together. One of many reasons to spay and neuter your cats! The cheeks are adorable, unfixed cats are NOT! He does have some remaining scratches on his nose from his bachelor alley cat days but those are healing up nicely as well. Lucky for Harold his street days are over and his new life has begun. He is now being spoiled with lots of love and couch time. We know it’s going to take some time to get this boy adopted so sharing is caring !! Please help spread the word on this lovable loaf. ??
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