Bean was born in the rescue and raised with his mom and siblings. He had a great start in life and was adopted with his brother by a lovely family. After a short time, a vet visit and x-rays it was discovered that this little guy has Megaesophagus, also known as ME or Mega-E, a condition where the muscles in the esophagus fail to push the food into the stomach.
Requiring specialized care, Bean came back into rescue. His foster home has trained him to eat standing on a stool, allowing gravity to help the food slide down his throat. Given a wet diet, frequently at first and now just three times a day, and burped like a baby after large meals, Bean is thriving.
Bean loves to cuddle and will flop at your feet rubbing and purring. Like any other young cat his age, he has lots of energy and loves to run and play. An affectionate guy, Bean makes it a pleasure to give him the extra attention he needs.
Bean is neutered and will come with all his vaccinations, dewormed, flea-treated, microchipped and with 6 weeks of complimentary pet insurance.
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