Birthday:January 2013
Breed:DLH - Orange & White

Sponsored by:
Erin Moncure
Until: Dec 10, 2018

Oskar was a stray hanging around a Senior Apartment Complex. One woman was feeding him, but the landlord doesn't like cats, so she asked for our help. One of our volunteers took him in to be fixed, but since we didn't have a place for him to go, she had to return him to the woman. She tried to keep him on her patio, but her husband gave her an ultimatum that he had to go. So, she took him to the Humane Society. When we found out, we had to rescue him. Especially after finding out that he tested positive for FIV, and they won't adopt out FIV positive cats, so he would have been killed very quickly. He is the most loving and affectionate cat we have met in a long time. So very grateful that he is in a warm house now and getting fed regularly. He's a happy boy. He does have a "limp" in his back leg, and the vet said it was from an old trauma (probably was hit by a car) and there really wasn't anything that could be done about it. But he doesn't seem to mind. Just a happy, happy guy that needs a chance to have a real home.

Quick Facts

Breed: DLH - Orange & WhiteBehavior: VERY Affectionate!!!
Purebred: NoGood with children:  Yes
Sex: MaleGood with dogs:  Unknown
Spayed/Neutered: YesGood with cats:  Unknown
Color: Orange & WhiteHas Special Needs:  Yes
Age:  5 years, 8 months Additional information: FYI: cats with FIV can live a LONG, healthy life with good care (you can read more about FIV-positive cats at the website: http://www.care2.com/causes/as-it-turns-out-fiv-positive-and-negative-cats-can-happily-live-together.html
Status: Available

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Contact Info:
Email: info@catposse.org
Phone: (626) 676-7648

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