Grayson's story is all too familiar. He was acquired as a kitten and when the wife decided she didnít like Grayson, she put him outside. Grayson wasnít neutered and was simply left on his own to survive. Two years later, he ended up in a trap meant for a skunk near FieldHaven's barn. He must have been terrified and thought his life was over when he found himself trapped - but his life was just beginning!
Grayson was given a suite in Busterís Barn and his transport to the Animal Spay and Neuter Clinic was arranged for a long-overdue neuter surgery. Then he was most likely to be placed as a barn cat, since he seemed semi-feral.
Grayson was a little wary of people, but as each day went by, he became more and more social and the decision was made to put him up for adoption. During the intake testing he was found to be FIV+. At FieldHaven we never discriminate against FIV+ kitties, but we know some people get nervous when hearing that particular ďFĒ word and are reluctant to adopt.
Fortunately there are people like Debi and David who arenít apprehensive about adopting an FIV+ kitty. They met Grayson over a year ago and, as they say, the rest is history!
Debi and David recently stopped by the Adoption Center in PetSmart and reported Grayson is doing great.
Thank you Debi and David for giving Grayson such a great forever home.