Opt to Adopt: Handsome Special Needs Mancat JB Would Love to Hitch a Ride – Asheville, NC

 

Handsome JBHandsome JB loves to jump on your shoulders and hitch a ride.  JB is a super social boy and is just waiting to go home with his special family.  JB has Feline Aids, but don’t buy into the misconception that this is a death sentence, it’s not.  JB would love nothing better than to prove that to you.

JB is available at Brother Wolf Animal Rescue in Asheville, NC: HERE

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38 thoughts on “Opt to Adopt: Handsome Special Needs Mancat JB Would Love to Hitch a Ride – Asheville, NC

  1. Laila and Minchie

    What a handsome mancat you are, JB! Our Angel Binky Baby had feline aids and lived to be 13. She was a very passive kitty, so Mom didn’t worry about passing it on to her two sisters. JB, we hope you get a wonderful furever home soon.

  2. Katie Isabella

    JB, mommy’s heart just melted reading your story and seeing that handsome face. I hope your mom and dad find you sooner than soon. xxxooo

  3. Annie

    What a cutie and so alert looking in his picture. 🙂 He definitely deserves a great home. He’s obviously a great kitty.

  4. Cat's Cats

    What a beautiful boy you are JB!!! We know that feline aids is a manageable condition and we hope you find a loving family who knows that too 🙂

  5. da tabbies o trout towne

    dood…de veree best oh fishes a long with St Francis’ blessings ya find yur for evers home yet this month ~~~~~ 🙂

  6. Colehaus Cats

    We LOVE those ears, JB! Obviously, you’re an adventurer and we bet you have lots and lots of tales to share. Purring hard that your forever home is just around the corner! PURRS….

  7. Kitties Blue

    What a handsome man-cat. Did he have an altercation at sometime as well as get ear-tipped? Since his name is JB, I would love to adopt. The man of the house has put his foot down, however. “Eight is Enough.” The kitties and I really hope he finds a new home very soon. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Misty May, Mauricio, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo and Janet

  8. Sage

    I bet you have a lot to tell, JB. What a life you have led, but now it’s time for a good home. I hope you find it…you deserve it.

  9. Oui Oui

    He looks like a very manly kitty who needs a loving family soon. We hope he finds his quickly, he’s waited long enough. If he needs transport, we would be willing to help.

  10. Fern Reed

    Brain that picture of you down there — you look a lot like our Max– realy!!! I wish all us animal lovers had more money so we could have more animals!!! That money is our problem!!!

  11. Glogirly & Katie

    Such a sweetheart. All paws crossed for a wonderful forever home for JB.

    Reading Oui Oui’s comment reminded us…
    I know we live far away, but if you ever need transport assistance here in the upper midwest, we’d love to help.

    xo

  12. Everycat

    We see that handsome JB is still up for adoption. We hope someone steps up soon for him. He’s a lovely boy.

    We wish people would call it FIV because the AIDS word scares so many off and many off us with FIV never go on to develop the full blown thing which is the AIDS part. Many, many humans don’t understand what even human AIDS actually is, yet alone “kitty AIDS”.

    In the UK so many vets, nurses and rescues STILL think it’s a death sentence and thousands of us are killed without question due to this ignorance. This breaks our hearts. Our Ape is always trying to educate people about how this is a very weak virus and how FIV+ and FIV neg cats can live together with no risk of transmission. Plenty of studies show this to be true. Glasgow University Vet School has done some great work on this.

    Thank you Brian for promoting cats with FIV. We need every ounce of help we can get

    Luff from Mungo

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