Tommy decided to move in with me in the spring of 2005/06. He tested positive for FIV. I gave him the best care I could but his poor living arrangements prior to moving in with me meant that the FIV kicked in early. He was euthanased 19th January 2008 after complete organ failure as a result of FIV related illnesses.

He was a shy, gentle puss, a great companion. He might never have caught FIV if he’d been neutered young. He might well have lived years longer if his first human companion had cared for him at all. He was much loved and is sorely missed.

His story was written around June 2006 when we were looking for a home for him. At some point we realised he’d become a permanent resident, and never looked back.

See his story here.


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