Who needs a buddy for their FeLV baby? Urgent request from Davidson County Humane Society in North Carolina. Can anyone adopt a kitten who has tested positive for FeLV and has some mild neurological problems (cerebellar hypoplasia)? There's a photo and video of her on their Facebook page; she's a little brown tabby.
The shelter is desperate since she's currently being boarded at a vet and they are being charged daily for her boarding fees. I'm an hour and a half away and can help with transport. No info yet on what kind of test she was given. Davidson Humane Society (336) 248-2706 Lexington, North Carolina If the timing was different for me and my FeLV cat, I would consider her but I just can't right now. :(
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