Přijata do azylu: 3. 2. 2023
Původ: přijata od majitele
Váha: kg


Entered shelter: 02.01.2023
Origin: owner surrender
Weight: kg

BLER is looking for her forever home or a long term foster 🏠
Meet BLER, female, 1 year and 10 months old, she is microchipped, castrated and vaccinated. She tested positive for FIV and negative for FeLV.
Bler is a stunning beauty and she loves to be in the center of attention. She is a princess and she knows that very well.😺 Bler is confident, active and loves to play. She the typical cat that decides when she wants to get attention. 😻
Historically, FIV- positive cats have often been considered un-adoptable, and are euthanized in many shelters. However, new research has shown that FIV-positive cats are in fact very adoptable, and can live the same lifespan as an FIV-negative cat. It is required and especially necessary for FIV positive cats to be kept indoors, where their immune system will be less exposed. FIV- positive cats are not dangerous for humans or any other pets. Please follow the link for more information https://vbspca.com/what-you-should-know-when-adopting-an-fiv-positive-cat/.
If Bler touched your heart and you think she can be the right fit for your home, then hurry up and fill out the adoption application on the link below and contact us. 🐾🐾


4. 9. 2023

Where is she?

Marshmallow (white and ginger) and Bler (fluffy floof) are in foster care with Peter and Barbara. They call them affectionately, Freddie Mercury and Lady Di(e) 😹

Marshmallow went to them back in January and although he is an amazing kitty, he is FIV+. It’s hard to find a home for a FIV+ cat as people seem to still be really scared of this disease. A little education will inform you that this cannot be passed to other cats without a deep bite wound and it can’t be passed to humans or to dogs either. With good nutrition and good care FIV+ cats can live very long lives. Back in the 80’s when HIV and AIDS in humans was found, people were equally as scared. We educated ourselves.

Bler is also FIV+ and went to them in February after a failed adoption. The adopter wasn’t completely honest with us and was not allowed pets. So in one evening we had to find a place for Bler, otherwise she would have been put on the streets 😭 Peter and Barbara came to the rescue and they were truly our heroes 😻

Without people like Peter and Barbara that are willing to foster cats that struggle to find a home, our work would be so much harder. We really are grateful for them taking them under their wings and giving them the love that every critter needs ❤️ Luckily Marshmallow and Bler get along really well and they are both available for adoption ❤️