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Featured FIV+ Furkid: Tuxie Man

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FIV-positive cats deserve forever homes and Furkids in metro Atlanta is helping make that a reality by waiving all adoption fees for their FIV-positive kitties and offering free medical care for one year. Click here for more information on this special promotion.

FIV stands for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus - it is a virus that affects a cat’s immune system. FIV weakens the immune system making them more vulnerable to other infections. However, FIV-positive cats can live safely with FIV-negative cats.

Each week I will be featuring Furkids’ FIV-positive kitties who are available for adoption. This week’s featured cat is Tuxie Man - a four-year old male black and white tuxedo kitty. Here is Tuxie Man’s description from the Furkids’ website:

I think my name sums up the way I look- Tuxie Man. I am a cuddly guy who enjoys attention from humans. Feel free to hold me and love on me all you want; I like it. I am very laid back and get along great with other cats. I'm such a sweetheart that everyone thinks I would do very well with kids, too. I hope my new home has lots of running water faucets because I love to play with and drink from them. Apparently I am pretty smart as well, I have figured out how to open kitty cages from the inside. I guess not all kitties are this clever. Well that just about sums me up. My only request is for you to send in your application to adopt me so I can live in your home and share all of this love and intelligence with you.

Click here if you are interested in adopting Tuxie Man or another cat from Furkids.

Click here to see all of the FIV-positive cats currently available for adoption from Furkids.

Click here to see all of the cats available for adoption from Furkids.

Click here to see the Furkids Adoption Center locations in metro Atlanta.

In 2013, Furkids saved 1,597 dogs and cats and found forever homes for 1,351 dogs and cats. Click here to read more about Furkids’ mission and history.

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