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Old August 23rd, 2007, 08:17 AM
catsnatcher-CDN catsnatcher-CDN is offline
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An FIV cat is not a hopeless cat. Especially if the FIV is inactive and he is just a carrier like Martin.

An FIV cat can live like a regular cat in a home with or without other cats for the rest of their lives.

After having spoken to my vet and another rescue that I deal with regularly, it was decided that Martin is adoptable.

I wish I didn't have to re-release him outdoors but it's not easy finding a home for any cat.

I'm here trying to get him adopted and NOT start an ethical debate. It's hard enough finding him a home, let's use another thread for this debate.

He's still at the vet, still purring up a storm, still waiting for a home.

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