Meet Brielle! This teeny little grandma was brought into a local high intake shelter a couple years ago, she was so thin and obviously compromised but the caring Animal Control Officer and their vet just weren't able to get her to gain some weight and time was running out on her. So, she came to us and oh my goodness, we were all so smitten with this opinionated granny. After several vet visits and bloodwork, we were told she had kidney insufficiencies.
We began a treatment plan to help her live comfortably for the remainder of her life. Daily fluids to help her kidneys stay relatively clean and other treatments. Recently, she was having a horrible time with her ears and was getting them treated every couple weeks only to have them return to the same condition. After trying some allergy pills with her, it completely kept her ears from driving her (and us) crazy! If you come in to meet her, you will see she has the tiniest of kitty feet we have ever seen!! We love her so!!? Brielle, girl, born approx 2004
Brielle, Dilute Tortoiseshell has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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