Tigger is a young brown tabby boy (approx 2 years old) with chronic anxiety issues and a heart condition. Tigger was part of a Trap Neuter Return project and his mother and 3 siblings were adopted quickly as they had no issues.
Tigger, however, has extreme anxiety disorder and has been diagnosed with heart disease (a grade 3 heart murmur and arrhythmia) so he is very thin and gets winded easily. He cannot be put on Prozac or any other anti-anxiety medications due to his heart condition.
Tigger is neutered, litterbox trained, is up to date on vaccinations, and tested negative for FeLV and FIV. Due to his anxiety issues, Tigger needs to be adopted into a home with no other cats, no dogs, and no small children. A quiet household would be ideal! He is will also require close monitoring due to his heart disease.
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