I am already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and good with cats.
Raz was born in September 2014, so is now about 9 months old. He is not shy at all and loves everyone he meets! He also gets along with other cats, and lived with cat-friendly dogs when he was younger. But in February 2015 he began to have seizures, and Campus Cats took him in. The veterinarians at UGA tested him for many possible causes, but finally determined it is likely something he was born with and will have for life. The good news is that his seizures are completely controllable with medicine that he takes twice a day ($80 for a one month supply of phenobarbital), and he LOVES to take his medicine because he gets it in canned food! He is normal in every other way - playful, silly, and sweet - and would do best in a stable, calm home without young children. He must also be an indoor-only cat.
He has been neutered, vaccinated against rabies and distemper, combo-tested (negative), and received the usual flea and worm treatments.
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