Kalamazoo Animal Rescue

Additional Pets

Meet Ranger

Domestic Short Hair-gray Mix
Housed at Kitty Camp
Approx DOB: 12/19/2021
Gender: Male

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Housed at Kitty Camp Meet Ranger at 4669 Executive Drive.

Ranger is a sweet and laid back boy who was dealt a bad first hand in life. He was an outdoor cat since the beginning, and found his way by becoming part of a colony of cats fed by a neighborhood in Kalamazoo. His caretaker noticed he had gotten into a fight recently which resulted in a huge abscess on his face and ear. This is when we were contacted to help him. He came to the rescue where we treated his wounds, neutered and vaccinated him. But as a result of living outside he does have FIV. Now that he is an indoor kitty his FIV diagnosis is easy to manage and should have little to no affect on his future. FIV positive cats can live safely indoors with other cats whether they are FIV positive or not, as long as they get along. Ranger has not been fully tested with cats or dogs yet, but with the slight interactions his foster has exposed him to so far she believes he will have no problems. We will update his profile when we are confident in his ability to coexist well with other animals. FIV cats typically live normal lives when kept indoors, but because it is an autoimmune disease so it is recommended that Ranger has a good quality diet with some added immune support vitamins. Ranger has adjusted well to living indoors and is happiest just laying around not having to worry about a thing. He loves being petted and is ready to find a family that will give him the best second chance at life. Could that be you?

KAR Office is his foster parent. The adoption fee for Ranger is $70. If more than one cat or kitten is adopted the adoption fees are discounted, please complete our online application form if you are interested in adopting Ranger. A volunteer will contact you within approximately 48-72 hours.

All Kalamazoo Animal Rescue cats & kittens are spayed or neutered and feline leukemia tested prior to adoption. They also are given medication to rid them of roundworms and checked and treated for fleas & ear mites, if needed. All are given distemper vaccinations and depending on how long the pet has been in foster care, a booster vaccine may be necessary after adoption which will be the responsibility of the adopter. Additional vet care may have been provided depending on the particular animal's needs. Most cats and kittens are microchipped when they are spayed or neutered.

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