In December, a woman found a new fur face at one of the cat colonies she was feeding. He obviously was not a feral cat. This talkative tabby asked her to be fed, petted, and for her help with his situation. He had a lot to say and was impossible to overlook. She took him to a vet’s office for testing and vaccinations. He is an orange tabby who is about 6-7 years old and weighs 12 lbs. While this sweet boy is FIV positive, he is in great health with no FIV-related complications or problems. He is UTD on shots, neutered, and litter box trained. Because of his big personality, he was named Bulldozer. This lover boy is determined to break through to your heart. He is extremely friendly after he has a couple of days to accept new human and furry pals. His LOUD purr is relaxing and soothing.
Bulldozer has a sunny window spot that he loves. And he also loves to eat. He is good with other cats and calm dogs (with proper introduction). His ideal home would be with another friendly FIV kitty or calm dog and someone with lots of love and attention for him. Bulldozer needs to find someone special of his own. Might that be you? He will fill your life with conversation, cuddles, and furry love. Please apply to adopt Bulldozer today. Thank you for helping to save a life!