This is the story of a cat, a little girl, and the Maryland teacher who promised to help find the cat a forever home. Heather Ziener, a teacher in the Baltimore area, was recently approached by a little girl who had rescued a cat.
Goldie has a distinctive, squeaky, tiny meow, and was obviously someone’s pet at one time. Now he’s under the care of Cat Tails, Inc. out of Baltimore, and needs to find his forever family.
Being FIV positive isn’t a death sentence. An FIV cat must be monitored closely for signs of illness, and receive prompt treatment when they become sick. Other than that, in most cases they can be treated as a healthy cat is treated. This includes living in a multi-cat home, provided all of the cats are calm.