All Fur One & One Fur All!


Hi! My Name Is Frack

I'm in the Recovery Room - I'll Be Available Soon

DOB: 5/29/2022

My name is Frack and I'm a sweet boy that loves to run, jump, cuddle and just play like most kittens. I was doing great until one day I wasn't feeling well. I went to the vet and was diagnosed with FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis), fortunately, there's a cure now and while it takes a while to get better I am already feeling great and running around with my foster siblings and playing like my old self. I still have a long way to go before I am considered cured and ready to find a forever home but I know I will survive this. 

FIP used to be a death sentence and most cats did not survive past a few weeks from diagnosis. Today there is a cure but it is lengthy and can be costly, especially for a non-profit rescue like All Fur One that relies solely on donations from the public. FIP treatment consists of 84 days of daily shots and bloodwork every 4 weeks. After the treatment period, there is an observation period which is another 12 weeks. During that time we continue with bloodwork every 4 weeks to monitor his progress. After another 12 weeks if the numbers look good he is considered cured and ready for adoption. We have already treated one cat with this disease and after one year he is still doing great and thriving.  If you can help fund his treatment please consider making a donation today. 

Started FIP treatment on December 11, 2022

*If you are interested in adopting or meeting any of our available cats/kittens please fill out an application at

*We do not adopt out of state.

*Kittens do best when they have a friend. We strongly recommend adopting in pairs if adopting a kitten.

*While we do not require kittens to be adopted in pairs, we do prioritize applications looking to adopt 2 or with another young cat at home. 

  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Male
  • Kitten (0-8 Mos) (05/29/2022)
  • Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver)

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