People for Cats helped turn Woody's life around

This gray guy needs a little weight and a lot of love
Meet Woody, this lucky fella needs a lot of love. People for Cats photo.

Woody is a sweet silver/gray domestic shorthair male. This boy was found as a skinny unneutered stray. He is approximately 4- to 5-years-old, has short silver/gray fur and very expressive golden eyes.

This poor guy has had a rough start in life and has obviously been on his own for quite a while.

Woody is still quite skinny and had lost a fair amount of fur on his backside. But with good nutrition and care he has turned a corner and is now starting to regain his health and good looks.

Through all of this he has remained a sweetheart who just loves being petted and he is quite vocal begging for attention. He has been neutered and is now looking for his own fur-ever home.

Woody has tested positive for the FIV virus, which is not contagious to humans, dogs, or other species, but is contagious to other cats. The FIV virus is a lentivirus (or “slow virus”), so with good nutrition and an indoor lifestyle a cat can live many health years after exposure.

If you would like to visit with this sweet guy or one of our other equally lovely kitties, come in to the shelter at 44 Beagle Lane in Teaticket. We are open to the public on Wednesdays from 4 to 6 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., or call our hotline for an appointment. Hotline: 508-540-5654.


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