I am already neutered, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
Penelope came into care with her babies, very thin and needing care - left in a carrier on the steps of SDHS in the rain.
So covered in fleas 3 of the 7 baby boys didn't have a chance.
Pal, Poppy and Parker were all left with serious auto-immune issues and were prone to out-breaks of skin lesions, Upper Respiratory Like symptons, and snotty noses.
Parker did find his forever home and is doing very well.
Pal and Poppy have been in a loving, caring foster home so SDHS could comfortably place them into an adoptive home.
Pal still have snotty sneezes but is not ill. He has not had skin lesion breakouts in over 1 year. His eyes do run and he does get his eyedrops once a week. The perfect home would not smoke and like to sweep and wipe walls after this beautiful boy enjoys his brushing.
Poppy is doing much better, has not had skin lesion breakouts in over 1 year and has never had the snotty nose. He does like to gobble his food and does present hairballs on occasion. He needs to be brushed regularly.
Both boys are eating grain free food and are doing well on it. They are exceptionally loving and will make GREAT companions for someone who has the patience and time to help them when they do have a breakout!
Both boys are exceptionally well mannered, very social, and very accepting of handling as they have had so much interaction and ongoing medical assessments and care and visits with strangers.
It really is time to find their Purrfect Home with their Furrever Family!