Denver is a stunning, approximately 7years old, neutered, Domestic Long Hair kitty. He is FeL/FIV negative & completely healthy except for chronic rhinitis.
He showed up at a good samartian's house back in January. She filed all found pet reports with AC, posted flyers & on social media to no avail. So she took him to get up to date on vaccines, tested and neutered. Denver been a snotty/sneezy/snuffly cat ever since she met him despite multiple opinions and multiple vet visits. She tried multiple different courses of antibiotics/ antihistamines/prednisone etc. Until she finally had to take him to IVRC for full workup. One week, 2 procedures and a lot of $ later, there's nothing clinically wrong. He has nothing contagious/infectious, cultures were negative for FHV/calcivirus & fungus, head xrays good, chest xray good, heart good, kidneys good, rhinoscopy revealed no polyps/masses or tumors. Biopsies ok. Just nasal inflammation and diagnosed with this "chronic rhinitis". There was some slight mycoplasma felis and pseudomonas, treated, and basically due to the inflammation (always present but overgrown). So basically he's snuffly all the time with periods of sneezy/snotty. It's never developed into pneumonia or a true URI. Most of Denver's care is supportive...making sure his food is palatable when he's not breathing his best, not cold or drafty, etc, with occasional antibiotic use. Denver is the sweetest cat; still plays with toys and runs around. Loves everyone, even very mean ole vet or person that has ever pilled him or manhandled him. He just wants to be in your lap. The only reason he needs to find a new home is because the lady is highly allergic and her dogs have to be constantly kept separated or they'll go after him and we all know that's an accident waiting to happen. Please share Denver so he can find the home he deserves where he can get all the love and attention he craves. We have all his medical records if you are interested in providing him a home and would like to take a look. He has an adoption fee of $50 that is fully sponsored.