Fitz was dumped at the East Valley Animal Shelter by his former guardian. We grabbed him right before he was to be euthanized. Not long after he was rescued, he was diagnosed with Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia, which is rare in cats and is a life-threatening disease. Fitz fully recovered from AIHA. A couple of months after recovering from AIHA, he was diagnosed with Strictur Proctitis. It has been over a year since Fitz was diagnosed with Strictur Procititis. He is responding well to his medications, which he receives daily. Fitz can lead a normal life, but he must have his daily treatments for the remainder of his life. It would be best if Fitz was an only child. He is four years of age, a/m, felv/fiv negative, fully inoculated, wormed, treated with Revolution and micro chipped. Fitz is an absolute 'Love Machine'! He will warm your heart and add so much joy to your home!
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