Only for single cat family or a adopter who has experience care for the felv cat. He is a male british short hair .
The beginning of the story is that he was adopted from a Malay woman. The Malay woman had a large cost of treatment for heart disease.she have to go to hospital monthly for treatment and needed to stay 1/2week.
She gt 15 cats , she couldn't afford the cost, so she decided to help the cat find a adopter.
He was not spay, and at first we thought that he only had a flu, the next day and sent he to the vet doctor say he had ringworm, flu, and flea problems. I also bought health supplements for this month (regain, l-lysine, jeli gamat), but the flu was only 70% recovered.
After eating the medicine for a month, the wound has not healed. Today I decided to take him to blood test. The doctor said that the ringworm and the flea have been solved, but unfortunately it has a felv.
I have three cats with me now. It is not a good place for him. I'm unwilling he only can stay in a small cage for a long term.He is friendly to people and cat , loves to be spoiled, can hug, and he likes people to caress his stomach. I hope that someone can give him a home, and I hope that the adopter will understand the information of the felv and then consider it and adopt it.
I will buy dmg for it for a long term, and I will also sponsor the spay fee after the flu.