Orange is less than 2 years old, he was a feral who has become somewhat domesticated. However, he will take time to warm up to you. He is gentle, sweet, loves petting and has a huge appetite.
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However, Orange is FIV positive. This means he will need to be an only cat or live with another cat that is FIV positive. I am unsure of how he would get along with dogs or other pets. We would HAPPILY keep him but we have other cats, so it is not possible :(
Despite his diagnosis, Orange will not need daily medication and could live a very full life with the right owner. He has most of his shots and is in the process of getting the rest. He will also be neutered. Orange is truly a great cat and we are devastated that he cannot live with us anymore.
Since he has lived exclusively outdoors, a home with a bit of space would be best because he is likely to hide at first. Orange has little hope of finding a home from the shelter and we refuse to send him there. He comes with his own carrier. If you do not have any cats, please consider adopting Orange, it won't cost you a dime.