I'm really more of a dog's cat than a cat's cat. I don't like to compete with other felines for attention. And for good reason. The Bob shouldn't have to compete with anyone or anything, and heaven knows dogs are no competition. Once in a while, however, there is a cat that catches my eye. Such is the case today.
Meet Gangnam Style.
Please don't ask about the name. It wasn't my idea.
G.S. as I call him is a window buddy of mine. He often comes around the clinic after hours to say "hi." He's a nice guy...as far as other cats go.
Well, one day last week he made the mistake of coming around right at opening time. I say "mistake" because a spay and neuter clinic is not the smartest place for an unaltered male like G.S. to be hanging out! Well, the staff picked him up and brought him inside. They were going to Trap, Neuter, Release him, but once they got him inside, they realized he was actually a really nice kitty. Not as nice as me, granted. But even I will admit he's pretty cool. High praise from me.
Well, it's been a week now and the search for his owner has been fruitless. So, he's being neutered today (poor guy, I feel your pain). He's also been vaccinated, dewormed, defleaed, and microchipped. So now he needs a home.
Unfortunately, he has tested positive for FIV. So he will have to forever remain an indoor-only kitty. I don't think you'll hear any complaining from him. He also would be best in a house without cats, or with other FIV positive kitties. It is also very important that he stay current on his vaccines, as FIV kitties are much more susceptible to viruses and infections. You can learn more at http://www.veterinarypartner.com/Content.plx?P=A&S=0&C=0&A=1313
Moral of the story is G.S. needs a new home. So, if you are looking for a gentle, laid-back boy, shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com and we'll get you in touch with his foster family.
You may not be able to adopt the Ninja Bob, but you can adopt a Ninja Bob approved cat!
For the record, this is a one time deal. I will not be allowing any further intrusion by these "adoptees" into my domain. For adoption or placement information, please contact your local shelter or rescue.