Here are a few more black cats which are available for adoption at the Humane Shelter of Noble County. The first two look a lot alike, and they look like several of the other black cats at the shelter.
This is Cinderella. She is a 2-3-year-old female, who has been wormed, is up-to-date on flea prevention, and is FIV-negative. She is a medium-sized cat who gets along well with other cats, and loves human attention. She has been at the shelter since September. How can you resist those gorgeous eyes?!!
Meet Nikky! She looks a lot like Cinderella, except Nikky has a few white hair around her chin and chest, which can sort of see in the picture. She is 3 years old, is up-to-date on shots and flea prevention, has been wormed, and is FIV-negative. She has been at the shelter for a little over 3 months. She is Cinderella live in the same cattery with 4 other cats, so they both get along well with other cats. Nikky is a friendly, loving girl, and would make an excellent pet!
Just as there are special-needs children, there are also special-needs pets. These next two black cats are FIV-positive. That means each one needs to be the only cat in the home, or needs to be with other FIV-positive cats. These cats are just as loving as FIV-negative cats, and their condition is not a threat to people - only to FIV-negative cats. At the Noble County Humane Shelter, FIV-positive cats can be adopted for FREE!!
This first guy is Black Jack, a neutered male approximately 3-4 years old. He is up-to-date on shots and flea prevention, and he has been wormed. He has been at the shelter for about 6 months. Since he is FIV-positive, he is FREE! He was born with one deformed ear and got the other ear partly chopped off, so he is a little goofy looking, but he is very curious and lovable. He was little afraid of the camera!
This second big guy is Zion, a neutered male who weighs about 16 1/2 pounds! He has been wormed and is up-to-date on shots and flea prevention. He has been at the shelter for about 7 months. He is also FREE to adopt! He’s a real sweetheart, but wasn’t too excited about getting his picture taken either.
Even though these two are FIV-positive, they would be no more "trouble" than an FIV-negative cat. They are both very affectionate, and just need someone to take them home and love them! Please visit the Humane Society of Noble County to check out these cats and many other cats and dogs. All of these animals deserve to have loving homes, and they want little else!
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