Frisbee was rescued from a local kill shelter where he had been brought in as a stray with a huge abscess near his tail. He scratched someone and had to go through bite quarantine (an unintentional scratch with unclipped nails is treated the same as a bite) for 10 days, just long enough for the shelter volunteers to fall in love with him. His current foster mom saw him and also fell in love, but was unable to spring him just yet because he was still in quarantine. It was obvious he was one of the special ones in personality. He let anyone do anything to him and was so amazingly sweet. He has drop-dead exotic markings which only add to his charm. Now for the bad part, as so often happens when animals are brought to the shelter, Frisbee contracted a nasty virus. Super common and although it can kill the small kittens, the older kittens and adults usually pull through just fine. In Frisbee's case it settled in his eyes and for several weeks his eyes were red and ulcerated. A shelter volunteer took him home to administer eye medicine several times a day and help him over the hump. His eyes are now cleared up, but the cornea of both eyes remains slightly cloudly. This, too, is not uncommon when there is a viral infection in the eyes. Both of his eyes were horribly red and ulcerated (I have a picture, not for the faint of heart); however, happily this has almost completely healed. He has a slight cloudy area in his left eye, but this does not affect Frisbee's vision in any way (readily apparent when you see him "kill" a toy spot on). Frisbee is a handsome super affectionate little guy. He gets along with cats, dogs and kids. In his foster home, he lives with many geriatric couch potato cat and Frisbee has managed to get several of them off of the couch to play with him. He also takes on the big brother role with the kittens in his foster home, licking them and snuggling with them. He is a great buddy to all ages. Frisbee has had a rough time in his young life so far. Furry Friends would love to find him a home as wonderful as he is where he can have smooth sailing from now on, loving and being loved. Please fill out an application and adopt fabulous Frisbee today! You'll be so happy you did!
For further information please contact us at www.furryfriendsanimalrescue.org/contact-us or call 214-676-2434. Anyone interested in our cats will be required to fill out an adoption application. All our cats will be spayed or neutered, microchipped and current on vaccinations. We do ask for a $140 adoption donation. To fill out an application on line, just go to www.furryfriendsanimalrescue.org and click on the Adoption Application link.