King Tutt is FIV positive, FIV is the feline version of HIV (it does not infect humans), and will affect the immune system in the same way. It is a retrovirus, so it takes a long time before infected cats become symptomatic; he should have good quality of life for a substantial period of time. FIV can be transmitted to other cats through blood and saliva contact (i.e., a deep bite). As with all cats, those with FIV can live safely with other cats provided their personalities mesh.
Our Full Gallery of Cats Available for Adoption
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This page offers up to the second information about our animals available for adoption at our Adoption Center at 510 N. LaSalle St.; The Everyday Adoption Center at 1100 S. Canal St., and other PetSmart Locations.
Cats located at The Anti-Cruelty Society
510 North LaSalle Street, Chicago
Cats located Currently in Foster Care
These cats are currently available for adoption while in the foster program
Cats located at The Everyday Adoption Center
Located in South Loop PetSmart® Store: 1101 South Canal Street, Chicago
Cats located at PetSmart
PetSmart 6 corners: 4640 West Irving Park Road, Chicago
PetSmart Brickyard: 6655 West Grand Avenue, Chicago
PetSmart South Lincoln Park: 1415 North Kingsbury Street, Chicago
PetSmart Wrigleyville: 3740 North Halsted Street, Chicago
PetSmart Evanston: 2221 Oakton Street, Evanston
PetSmart Skokie: 5485 West Touhy Avenue, Skokie