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Adoptable Pet of the Week: Meet Martin

Meet Martin, an adventurous cat who is always looking to make friends. Martin came in as a stray and has tested positive for feline immunodeficiency virus, meaning he is more susceptible to disease. FIV can only be spread to other cats and only t...

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Meet Martin, an adventurous cat who is always looking to make friends.

Martin came in as a stray and has tested positive for feline immunodeficiency virus, meaning he is more susceptible to disease.

FIV can only be spread to other cats and only through deep bites. Martin has a friendly disposition making bites unlikely, but owners should still keep an eye on him.

"If he starts to get a runny nose or anything like that you're just going to want to take him to the vet as soon as possible just to make sure that it's under control." said Courtney Engel of Circle of Friends.

Martin is willing to return the favor of extra care with lots of play and affection; he doubles as an adventurer as well as a lap-cat.

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To adopt Martin or to learn more visit gfpets.com or visit his petfinder page here.

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