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Molson is neutered, UTD on vaccines and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. Approx. DOB is June 2012.
Molson is a sweet, laid back cat who was rescued from animal control. A little shy at first, he warms up quickly with a gentle touch and calm conversation. He loves attention and playing with furry mice toys. He originally was a stray rescued from mean city streets, which is no place for a nice guy like Molson to live.
Molson gets along with mellow and laid back cats, but he generally prefers to keep to himself. He would not mind being your only pet. He also prefers a quiet household, so older children are recommended.
Update March 2016: Due to recurring urinary obstructions due to crystal formation, Molson required a surgery called perineal urethrostomy in December 2015. This surgery is also commonly called a PU surgery. Molson has healed well, and his surgery was free of complications. In order to prevent urinary crystals (and possibly even urinary bladder stones) from forming in the future, Molson will need to remain on a prescription urinary diet and have periodic urinalyses performed as indicated by his veterinarian. For more information, please visit: http://vetsurgerycentral.com/urethrostomy.htm
If you're interested in adopting Molson, please fill out an application at http://nar.rescuegroups.org.
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