Piper is a very pretty dog that likes other cats and was raised with a Dachshund that she loved very much. Her family had go to a nursing home, and she and her doggy brother were turned into a small, local animal control facility. Her family said she was a great dog and had never had any behavior problems. All Paws Rescue pulled her from the shelter because the shelter manager said she was a great cat! She was a great cat at her foster home, too, making friends with the other cats, but often preferring to sit in a large Tokyo cage, open or closed, and watch the TV and the other cats.
When Piper went to the vet, she tested negative for Felk/FIV, her vaccines were updated and a spay scar was found, so she had been spayed. However, she seemed to be straining into the litter box. The vet found that she there was bacteria and a low number of Struvite Crystals. Maybe this was caused from the strain of going into a shelter, since she had not had issues before? She take a course of antibiotics and started eating Royal Canin SO dry cat food. When she was retested in a few weeks, there was no bacteria and no crystals at all! Her unite looked normal. However, it would be good to keep her on the Prescription food for UTI. This is her only Special Need. There are other foods that rescues have found are successful in treating UTO--a list can be provided if desired.
All pets are spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccinations and on a flea/tick preventative. Cats are tested for FIV/FeLV and dogs are tested for heartworms. Adoption fee is $110 for cats and $150 for dogs.
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