Dumped out with siblings around rescues previous location and found at 1am by rescue friend under their vehicle afraid and sick. Immediately brought to us for care we noticed he was not even old enough to be separated from his mother. Per the vet he was anemic, lethargic from worms and needed treatment for URI. After caring for the immediate ailments we supplemented his diet with KMR to ensure proper growth and development since no surrogates were available.
Given the name "Domino" since he is all white with one black patch of fur over his eye and black tail we felt it suited him perfectly. Upon initial intake he was very sick and needed medical intervention. Scared, afraid and unaware of his surroundings Domino was sightly combative until feeling better and becoming familiar with his situation. Socialized well with other cats and dogs soon after Domino became a love bug. Sweet, affectionate and wanting to cuddle every night this sweet fellow is content with being around other companions or alone. Laid back attitude and personality requires him to be in a mutual living environment with not a lot of chaos or clutter.
Fully vetted, vaccines up to date, Combo tested, Rabies & Neuter are pending (will be completed prior to adoption).
Annual (Yearly) Combo testing, Rabies Vaccination & Vaccines required after adoption.
Social & Training Info:
Great with other cats, dogs of all breeds & sizes, Kids of all ages and Adults. Litter Trained, Crate trained, Regular Diet with brand exceptions that cause GI issues.
Fee: $75 includes vet care
The Following is Required: Meet & Greet, Background Check, Questionnaire, Vet References, Landlord Approval, Home Check, Signed Contract
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