She is in good health overall for her age. Because of tooth disease and decay, she’s had all her teeth removed, but manages to eat just fine on a diet of wet, canned food only. She also has a chronic herpes virus which can manifest in an eye irritation flareup, but it’s managed very well by adding lysine and probiotic to her food daily.
While we don’t know much about her long history, we are assuming she probably lived on the streets and fended for herself for a long time. Likely because of this, she can be wary of people and situations she doesn’t know and trust. She’s also not too fond of other kitties and would prefer to be the only cat in a calm, relaxed home with someone who is loving, gentle, patient and understanding. Could your home be the perfect place for Agnes?
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