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Baby Bigfoot

Male Young Domestic Shorthair (mixed)

If you have any questions about Baby Bigfoot , please contact A Voice for All Paws at info@avoiceforallpaws.com

A Voice for All Paws

About Baby Bigfoot

Adoption Fee: $150

Introducing “Baby” Bigfoot!  This gorgeous boy started life on the streets, but soon found food on a porch and a sweet little girl who taught him humans could be kind. That was when Baby decided life on the streets wasn't for him and so here he is! This 12 pound boy born in February 2019 will weave in and out of your legs while he rubs up against you. He'll also greet you with the sweetest meow! Baby is fully vetted and ready to go home with you. Wouldn't you like to come home to this wonderful boy?

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Name
Baby Bigfoot
Age
Young
Gender
Male
Size
Large
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
YES

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Foster based rescue Dallas TX 75228

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Gus

Domestic Mediumhair

Gus, or GusGus as he's affectionately called, is recovering from his time on the streets. That rough time causeds him to lose some hair... show more

Gus, or GusGus as he's affectionately called, is recovering from his time on the streets. That rough time causeds him to lose some hair and tummy troubles, but the vet and his loving fosters are taking good care of him now. He is on medication and is very cooperative about taking both pills and paste. His hair  is starting to fill in and Gus's foster has discovered he's very laid back and avoids any confrontations with his foster siblings. He loves to be petted and have his belly rubbed. He also follows his foster mom around, particularly at meal time and comes when his name is called  This boy loves his canned food. He would do well in a multi cat household but is not fond of dogs. Since he's not aggressive his FIV status is not an issue even if he lives with FIV negative cats. He is available for meet and greets and can be preadopted. He will be available for adoption in early April. Gus is FIV positive, but FIV is not a death sentence!  Many cats love long normal lives and don’t show any symptoms until their later years.   It is passed through deep wounds (or in some cases from mom - but as long as they are kept indoors and aren’t scrappy they can happily co-exists with other cats as well. For more information on FIV see this website. https://bestfriends.org/resources/fiv-and-felv-faqs show less