| July 6, 2022

Kirk came to Toronto Humane Society as a stray. All stray cats who come to Toronto Humane Society are put on a three-day hold while we attempt to find their owners through a microchip scan, alerting Toronto Animal Services, and posting online. 

Our medical team found that Kirk had some small wounds, needed some dental work, hadn’t been neutered, and was positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, also known as FIV. FIV is a common, infectious disease among cats. It attacks their immune system and leaves the cat vulnerable to other infections. Cats with FIV can live long, healthy lives, but they do need regular vet checkups.  

Kirk has had his dental and neuter surgeries and we’re happy to share that he has been adopted. 

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