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Female7.9 lbs
  • FIV Program
Status Available to Adopt
  • Breed Domestic Shorthair
  • Age 6yrs
  • Location At Shelter
  • Color Orange and White
  • Foster Eligible Yes

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Meet Addie

Hello there, I’m Addie, the epitome of feline sweetness and grace. I may still be a tad shy around unfamiliar faces, but within me resides a wellspring of affection just waiting to bloom. In the right setting, I transform into a loving companion ready to share a lifetime of cuddles and companionship.

Now, I must confess, I have a bit of a resting angry face, but don’t let that furrowed brow fool you. Beneath this seemingly serious exterior lies a heart as soft as a cloud, and I’m known for my enormous purr motor that can rival a finely tuned engine.

I’ve come to realize that I thrive in tranquil and patient surroundings where I can be the center of attention, soaking up all the love and care that comes my way. Picture a serene environment where I can bask in the warmth of a loving home, and you’ll see the contented cat that resides within me.

Patiently, I await the perfect match—a forever home where I can truly feel secure and cherished. Could you be the one to unlock your heart and welcome a sweet girl like me into your life? Together, we can embark on a journey of love and companionship that lasts a lifetime.


Addie's Medical Information

I have FIV, that's what I have but it is NOT who I AM! Please don't let that scare you away. I want you to know that FIV+ cats can and DO live long, healthy, and normal lives when given the chance. In fact, statistically, most FIV cats live as long as their indoor counterparts (13-18 years), and much longer than cats that live outdoors (3-8 years). There are many reported cases where FIV+ cats live well into old age without ever showing any symptoms. It's important to note that dogs, other pets, and humans are absolutely immune to FIV. The virus itself is astonishingly frail and can live outside of the body for only a few seconds. The virus is also extremely slow-acting, so it is unlikely to pose any threat to other cats in the household. I know that adopting an FIV+ cat may seem like a big responsibility, but I promise that I am worth it. I am a sweet and loving kitty who just wants a warm and safe place to call home. If you are willing to give me a chance, I promise to bring you years of joy and companionship. So please come and meet me, and see for yourself that FIV+ cats are just as wonderful and deserving of love as any other cat. Read more about FIV at