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I am already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
NOTE: Landon has been diagnosed with IBS. IBS cannot be cured, but it can be managed and cats with IBS can live happy, healthy lives (More info on IBS: (inflammatory bowel disease). Landon is a healthy boy, however, with IBS - there will be cycles of defecating just outside of the box -(however, urination is always inside the box). IBS cannot be cured, only managed. We've had several senior cats who've come through A4A in the past who have developed IBS and it has been easily managed and the cats lived happy/healthy lives). Landon's previous vet records (when he had a family, before being surrendered to a shelter) indicate lots of blood work, health checks, stool samples, etc.-- all show that he was and is totally healthy. But the IBS did (and will) cause the issues (in cycles-- at times symptoms will not show up at all).
The best way to manage IBS-- from our past A4A experiences and after discussions with our vet - is to feed a high fiber diet (Royal Canin dry food works well, in combination with daily canned/wet food. Another thing that helps is to add approx. 1 teaspoon of pure canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling) to his wet food each day. Also, keeping a puppy pad or newspaper outside of the litter box (for easy clean up when he is experiencing "cycles" of going outside of the box).
Questions? Email us at A4A: firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Cat Adoption Fee: $50:
Includes Neuter surgery, FVRCP Vaccination, Flea and Worm Preventative, FELV testing