Zimmy is a very special boy looking for a special home! Zimmy has won over the hearts of all staff, volunteers, and visitors here at NCAL. We are certain that he will also win the hearts of his adopters too. Zimmy is our official lobby greeter and enjoys seeing familiar faces and meeting new people as well. He will climb into your chest and wrap his arms around you for a hug. Nuzzling into you and purring, Zimmy wants nothing more than to show his love and to be loved back. Zimmy is a gentle soul and deserves to have a doting home to spend his senior years in. This affectionate cat is looking for a home where he can have all the lap cuddles and sun spots to relax in. Zimmy unfortunately had a challenging life as a stray cat before coming to NCAL. After arriving into our care we discovered that he was positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). FIV is a virus that affects some cats. This means that they have a weaker immune system. It is a cat-only virus and cannot be passed on to humans or any other animal species. FIV positive cats usually enjoy a good quality of life for many years, often living normal life spans if well cared for. Learn more about FIV here. In addition, Zimmy is also diabetic and we’ve spent the past few months managing his treatment and getting it under control. When Zimmy was healthy enough he received a much needed dental teeth cleaning to get him in tip top shape. Zimmy is feeling the best he has in years and is officially ready to find that home that will continue his diabetes care and give him all the love he deserves. If you feel that Zimmy is the right cat for you, please submit a questionnaire below or give us a call for more information!
Zimmy’s adoption fees are sponsored by Pro Nature Pet Pals through Pet Food Warehouse
Dogs: Unknown history with dogs
Cats: Unknown history with other cats
Children: Zimmy has been a reading buddy at NCAL and has done well with children that he has met here.
*When introducing a new pet to your household, an adult should be supervising any interactions with a child or another pet.