*** REHOMED ***
Donegal Pet Rescue, she’d tested positive for FeLV some time ago and they appealed for someone who could cope with her FeLV to take her in. I stepped up to the plate, as I’ve FeLV around, and my guys are vaccinated against it.
So, Tara arrived on Sunday, ready to settle in West Cork. We re-tested her as a matter of course and … guess what? She’s thrown off the FeLV – officially negative for both FeLV and FIV! Yay! So she’s decided she doesn’t need to stay with me after all! She’s gonna set her cap to a proper, loving family home, rather than my high-turnover, multi-cat household. Her bout with FeLV has had no health effects on her, and she’s a lovely, robust, friendly wee thing, brimming with health. She’s vaccinated and neutered and we’re vaccinating her for FeLV for safety’s sake, though she should have a good immunity to it now anyway.
She’s around three years old and has lovely tabby markings with ginger peaking through her lush coat too. Could you find a place in your heart and home for this lovely puss? Do get in touch if you could – Tara would love to hear from you!