We have 4 Carter kittens awaiting adoption. They are super friendly and lovable kittens that have been raised by their foster mom since they were 4 weeks of age. In their foster home, they have lived with 3 dogs and love having them as their playmates.
Their feline mom was TNR’d and tested positive for FIV. As of 3 months of age when the kittens were spayed and neutered, they were still testing positive for FIV. This could be due to their mother’s antibodies still in their system, but it won’t be definite (positive or negative) until they are retested at 6 months of age. We are still seeking adopters that will love them despite this FIV possibility. They can still live long lives despite FIV but we want applicants to understand this situation.
If you have any questions about FIV or the kitten’s individual personalities, please email email@example.com for more information.