My girlfriend, about two weeks ago had found a stray wandering outside her neighborhood. Considering she’s a lover of these furry friends, she attempted to approach the feline, but he’d continue to run away. In order to get the ginger kitty to come her, she had to offer him wet food. At first, he was hesitant but did eventually eat and allow her to pet him. She found out that he’s a nervous nelly, but overall very affectionate and sweet once gained his trust. It only takes a slow approach to get to him now, and he’s finally warming up. However, if we are going to take him in, we need to get him to the vet. I have five other cats, and if he has kitty AIDS or Leukemia, I’m unsure if he’d be able to be kept in the house with my other cats. I wouldn’t want it spread. We also found that he was ear mites and he’s also not neutered. It would be unfortunate to have him spray in our house considering we have five cats and it may be an instinct for him since he still has his ‘package’ going on. We have two female cats, but fortunately they’re spayed. When I called my vet, I asked them how much the cost would be for all of this. They estimated a $250 fee. I would really like to save this cat, as many know, so many cats roam the streets and it’s horrible :(, I really wish I could save them all but I know it’s not possible but even if it’s one, it makes me feel a bit better. Unfortunately I can’t currently afford this due to the COVID-19. I am currently in quarantine so I do not risk getting the spreading virus. Both I and my significant other aren’t working and already struggle financially since we are quite young taking on things by our selves. Our income isn’t the greatest as we strive to work harder but right now that simply isn’t possible. As of now, he’s been kept in a separate room and given attention when we have the free time to do so, he is being cared for to the best of our ability while we work to get him a vet appointment. We put a tracking collar on him in case he gets outside as well.
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