FIV/FeLV test: Negative
Ready to travel!
Luna currently lives in a clinic.
Luna was brought in injured as a feral stray cat. She couldn’t be touched at first. Little by little she got used to people and being petted and touched. She’s a shy cat at first, but curious and gentle. She’s a sweet girl, she’s not the type who meows for attention, she waits for you to come to her. She enjoys cuddling and petting once she adjusts to her new surroundings and gets familiar with her people. Luna gets along with other cats.
Luna was a stray cat brought to the clinic by a Good Samaritan after finding her jumping on three legs in great pain.
Presumably Luna had a car accident, because in the X-ray, the vet recognized an elbow degeneration that was operated on.
Luna is fit and walking normally now, and has no complaints. She is neutered, fully vaccinated and FIV/FeLV negative.
She is ready to travel!
All cats are thoroughly screened and treated for vector borne diseases and parasites. They are healthy, fully vaccinated and ready for adoption.