Pet of the Week: Gray Tabby needs a home

MADISON (WKOW) — A cat that came to the Dane County Humane Society in rough shape is better and ready for a forever home.

Appropriately named “Benjamin Button,” the 3-year-old Gray Tabby has a loving personality.

Volunteers say the cat needs a special owner because he has a condition called feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) which means he can get sick easier than other cats.

Marissa DeGroot from the humane society also reminded viewers that Adoption Center West is now closed as an adoption center, but will reopen in Jan. 2019 as the Dane County Humane Society’s Thrift Store.

Adoptable animals can still be found at the Main Shelter and our satellite adoption centers at Mounds Pet Food Warehouse locations. More information can be found at giveshelter.org.

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