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Rescues for FeLV cats in Ohio?

post #1 of 23
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Are there any in Ohio? The vet office I go to just called to ask me if I know of anyone that rescues them and I hate to say no because he will be euthanized. But I need to know if anyone knows of a rescue shelter that takes them and doesn't euthanize or an individual rescuer or someone with other FeLV+ cats? I will take a negative kitty that is vaccinated in exchange if that helps!

thanks!
post #2 of 23
Hi Jen,

Here's a place where FeLV+ cats can be advertised for adoption. http://www.bemikitties.com/felv/cgi-...lassifieds.cgi
post #3 of 23
Jen,
Call the Geauga county humane society. They may be able to help you.
It's a shame. I had an FELV + cat that lived to be 14. Many are just carriers.

I also know someone who has a "cattery" of sorts if you will...she may have some connections.
post #4 of 23
uh, there's me. I don't know of any rescues that will volunteer to take a positive in. PM me with more info please
post #5 of 23
*chants* Katie's got another kitty fairy! Katie's got another kitty fairy!

Good luck finding a place Jen!
post #6 of 23
There's a shelter in Cincinnati that often takes in FeLV and FIV + kitties. PM me if your interested in the contact info. Good luck!
post #7 of 23
I don't know any Jen, but I like to send some vibes that you find one.
post #8 of 23
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There's a shelter in Cincinnati that often takes in FeLV and FIV + kitties. PM me if your interested in the contact info. Good luck!
my sister leaves for cincinnati this evening! that could be a possibility!
post #9 of 23
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*chants* Katie's got another kitty fairy! Katie's got another kitty fairy!

Good luck finding a place Jen!
did anyone ever tell you Natalie, that you are SO NOT FUNNY!!
post #10 of 23
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did anyone ever tell you Natalie, that you are SO NOT FUNNY!!
Nope!
post #11 of 23
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Nope!
well, they should have

looks like another TCS success story!! I'll be picking up the baby this afternoon his name will be Icarus to fit in with my theme Icky for short!!
post #12 of 23
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looks like another TCS success story!! I'll be picking up the baby this afternoon his name will be Icarus to fit in with my theme Icky for short!!
you star!

My parents had a budgie called Icarus (he adored my brother best though, followed him around like a little dog ) and he was shortened to Icky too! I hope your new addition is as friendly, charming, and beautiful as their budgie was! It's a good name, if he was anything to go by
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you star!

My parents had a budgie called Icarus (he adored my brother best though, followed him around like a little dog ) and he was shortened to Icky too! I hope your new addition is as friendly, charming, and beautiful as their budgie was! It's a good name, if he was anything to go by
Thanks Epona! Jen said the vet said he is super friendly I love boys kitties the best, plus he is a Tiger!! I'm so excited
post #14 of 23
Icky!

See...now my song was justified! Hopefully Posey likes his new buddy!
post #15 of 23
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Icky!

See...now my song was justified! Hopefully Posey likes his new buddy!
he peed in the carrier on the way home and was stinkin to high heaven no one wanted to get to close to him when we got home so things went very smoothly Posey only woke me up once in the night yodeling at him, Posey yodels before an attack Icky even rolled over and showed his belly to my beastie Gaia, he seems very submissive that can good and bad though
post #16 of 23
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you are going to have to redo your sig now

thanks so much for taking him, you are a life saver!
post #17 of 23
How's the new kitty going Katie?
post #18 of 23
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How's the new kitty going Katie?
Susie, he seems to have escaped from Katie somehow. we are sending her many "Icky come home" vibes.
post #19 of 23
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Susie, he seems to have escaped from Katie somehow. we are sending her many "Icky come home" vibes.
oh no! that is too bad. Katie, do you need to borrow a trap?
post #20 of 23
If it comes up again there is an organization called SICSA in Dayton that will take positive cats. They are a no kill shelter that also has a network of foster homes. Some of the foster homes are just for positive cats. They also try to find adoptive homes for these cats.
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Susie, he seems to have escaped from Katie somehow. we are sending her many "Icky come home" vibes.
Oh gosh I did read about that, but didn't realize that it was the same kitty! Please come home Icky!
post #22 of 23

I just captured to wild kittens app. 8 weeks old last week.  They are tamed down, loving and using the litter box.  Before I would put them with my 3 adults, I took the smallest one to the vet for blood work.  It came back Leukemia positive.  They did tell me that young it could be a false positive.  I need to find them a safe home.  There young life's have all ready been rough.  If you can help me I would greatly appreciate it.

post #23 of 23

I have 2 leukemia positive kittens that I recused from my work place.  Could you please let me know where there is a shelter in cincinnati that will take them.

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