Can you help? Long-haired, FeLV+ cat losing home because of issues with new dog

This beautiful girl needs a home because she's having trouble adjusting to a new dog in the household.

This beautiful girl needs a home because she’s having trouble adjusting to a new dog in the household.

Harvi, a 3-year-old long-haired dilute calico (or dilute tortoiseshell) cat, is in need of a home because she is not adjusting well to the addition of a dog to the household. She is declawed, spayed and up-to-date on vaccines and vet visits. (Paperwork will be provided.)

Harvi is a leukemia-positive cat, which means it’s not a good idea to have keep her with other cats unless they are also leukemia-positive. She does not do well with dogs, as they tend to scare her. Harvi is shy at first, and takes some time to warm up to people.

“Harvi was rescued from the outdoors as a kitten and deserves a shot at being in a household that is suitable for her and her needs; unfortunately, I can’t provide that,” writes Mike.

There is a rehoming charge of $30 to adopt Harvi. If you can help her, call Mike at 570-299-5982.

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One Response to Can you help? Long-haired, FeLV+ cat losing home because of issues with new dog

  1. Janet Taylor says:

    This is sad. Doesn’t make sense! Wouldn’t it be easier to find a home for the newly acquired dog instead of the poor cat who has been there for 3 years & has feline leukemia.

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