Corkie lived with a family with children and a dog, and she was especially fond of the teen aged son. She liked to stay in the bedroom the most and loved to sit on the window, with plenty of time to play with strings & play with toys. She liked to rub on the dog and be a part of the family. With me, Corkie is sweet and affectionate.
Corkie was taken to a kill shelter because she started to vomit and pee outside the litter box. When I took her to the vet, it was found that she was hyper-thyroid. This chronic condition is controlled by a medicine that is administered in alternating ears each day. She has used her litter box faithfully since the thyroid condition was controlled.
Since Corkie needs medicine each day, she has been crated quite a bit. She is scared of the other cats, but likes Jackson and likes my dogs. She loves to sit high in her 3-level crate and look out the window.
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