What happened to Gin kun?
I adopted a cat once from a shelter before FIV was readily known. I had him for a year, he was a black smoke, so beautiful, I called him Teddy. When he started to get sick the vet told me he was FIV positive and he lived just a few weeks more. I have no pictures of him but he will always live in my heart.What happened to Gin kun?
Grey is an FIV cat, he was in so many fights outside before I was able to take him in and get neutered. The wounds I saw on him were unbelievable , so horrid in the years he was living outside. I felt helpless for him. But now all of that is in past, he will spend his final years indoors and loving it!!
P. S. The vet told me he is FIV positive, and asked me if I am ready with what that might entail, and I said, yup, I understand I might have him a few months only, OR years yet
they're so beautiful! I just love the coloring. They Definitely seem to have Siamese in there somewhere.I have a short hair tuxedo I'm fostering and trying to find a home for, I love tux's, they're adorable catsThey are all from the same litter and the mom was a short hair tuxedo. We always assumed she was part Siamese just judging by her colouring but we have no idea.