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Domestic Short Hair (short coat)  : :  Male  : :  Adult  : :  Medium


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About Grover

  • Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
  • Species: Cat
  • General Color: Brown Tabby
  • Declawed: No
  • Housetrained: Yes

Hi I’m Grover and here is a brief tail of my life!

Chapter 1 – When I was a cute kitty (and by the way still am) I was living with a family who didn’t know how to take care of me.  I know I was an indoor cat because I know you scratch at the door to be let in and it is really cool to be around people. I didn’t get fixed, so as is the nature of all unaltered males, I started to smell and became restless trying to find my feline soul mate.  This meant, I was put outside a lot. 

Chapter 2 – I was frolicking in the neighborhood and saw these 3 cats lounging in this great sun room.  I wanted in (especially since it was late December and it was cold outside) so when I saw the woman I began to paw at the French door.  I wanted in.  At first, she would give me food outside.  Then by early January, I won her over and she let me inside!  She had me fixed (no big deal), I stopped smelling bad (yah).  The other cats are a lot older then I am.  Did I mention, I’m 3? As much as I like my new life and buddies, I would really like a family that picks me as their forever guy.  I still like other cats, people are great, I can’t remember if I ever was around kids, being outside has made me skittish of dogs.  So please look into your heart and see if you have a place for me.  I will love you forever and we can start on Chapter 3.

Grover does have FIV, also known as feline immunodeficiency virus, meaning that he has a slightly weaker immune system than cats without it. For this reason, he should be kept as an indoor cat. He can easily live a healthy life with a normal life span and live with other kitties (as he currently does!) and FIV should NOT be confused with FeLV (feline leukemia virus) which is a much more serious and life-threatening virus.

Grover is neutered, vaccinated, disease tested and microchipped by the Feline Rescue Association and comes with all medical records. 

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