HISTORY: HANK and his sister LOUISA were found by a kind person when they were only a few days old and struggling to survive. They have been bottle fed by our Felines & Friends volunteers. LOUISA thrived and was subsequently adoption. However, HANK continued to have bouts of diarrhea and was not growing. It was determined that HANK was born without a sphincter and had developed a chronic infection. In December 2016, he was taken to a specialist at VCA in Albuquerque who performed several delicate surgeries to address these issues. HANK is on a two daily medications and is now thriving. It is unknown how long he will require these medications. Since he sometimes leaves small formed poop on the floor, he needs a home with little to no carpet and a person who doesn't mind cleaning up a little after him.
TEMPERAMENT: HANK is full of energy and loves to play with any kitten he meets so has helped socialize several feral kittens. His current companion is DAMARIS. HANK is a handsome boy with a short coat and brown tabby markings.
AGE: born approx. 7/3/16
MICROCHIP #: 981020017377470
DATE OF STERILIZATION: 12/22/16
VAX RECORD: Rabies: pending; FVRCP: Expires 9/9/17
FELV/FIV test: 9/11/16, neg.
ADOPTION FEE: $100
If you are interested in adopting this cat, please fill out our Adoption Application completely. In the space provided on the form, please include contact information for three (3) personal references. For more information, please visit our website at fandfnm.org.
NOTE: We are continuing to raise money to cover the cost of the surgery and other vet care. If you would like to help with these costs, please visit our website for information on how to donate.
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