found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
I have just taken this little treasure in to foster. Here is his story:
Ozzie was purchased from a breeder when he was a kitten by a woman who adored him. He was the most pampered of kittens and his mom took him shopping out in the world and everywhere with her. Everyone loved him. Then this woman became pregnant, and the stresses and complications of her pregnancy forced her time and attention away from little Ozzie. At the same time, Ozzie developed a bladder issue -- he had a fairly common ailment of painful crystals in his urine.This is a problem caused by his body’s reaction to the food he was eating. He needed medical help to deal with this painful and worsening condition. His mom felt that since she was so very concerned about her child’s health, she could not give Ozzie and his health-needs the time and care he deserved. She felt he needed a new home and very regretfully she surrendered him to us.
His first foster mom worked with her excellent vet to carefully check him out medically. He was given tests and fluids and had blood panels taken. Ultrasounds were performed to check his plumbing. He has now been put on the appropriate wet and dry food and his little crystals have been dissolving. He has been given a clean bill of health.
Since Ozzie is now doing so well, he was transferred to me to find him his new home.He is on no medications-- he simply eats the correct wet and dry foods the vet has recommended. He definitely needs to follow this diet for life. He likes this food, so he makes it easy.
So that is his history. Let’s talk about how cute he is. He is adorable!!!! He is 11 pounds, so he is a fairly big little boy. He has the dense, soft, plush fur that is so characteristic of the Exotics. Right now, you can see he is a little sad. His life has been somewhat upside down. He is being a good sport about it, but his happy heart will show itself more when he settles into his foster home and then into his new home.
Exotics (“Zots “) are all about love. Their vulnerable little hearts need to be protected and kept safe in a stable, peaceful home. They need to be loved and cuddled and treasured and flattered every day. All day every day. In turn, they give their family all the passion of their loving hearts. They are intimate with their humans and are such wonderful companions.
I will write more about Ozzie when I know him better and certainly get more photographs of him.
Meanwhile, here he is for your pleasure. To adopt Ozzie, please fill out an application at http://02aac25.netsolhost.com/applicationformnet.html or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.