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Its All About the Cats Inc.
Facts about Acha
- Breed: Domestic Shorthair
- Color: Brown Tabby
- Age: Adult
- Sex: Male
- ID#: 5376205-C130002
- Hair: Short
My name is Acha!
I am already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
Please contact Olson for more information about this pet.
Acha is very much a lover boy. He will rub and rub against you, reaches out for your hand to be petted, and purr purr purr.
According to his current family, Acha recently had urinary stones so he needs to be on a urinary tract diet such as Purina One Urinary Tract Health or Science Diet C/D or Royal Canin Urinary SO. Needs this diet forever, or urinary stones will keep returning. [NOTE from IAATCI - It is our experience that this problem can also be controlled by feeding a wet diet such as high quality canned food - one of our adopters with a similar cat feeds their cat canned food with a little extra water mixed in and gives him 'Pet Naturals UT Support' treats daily and has had no issues in over 2.5 years].
Acha's family has multiple cat items they will send to his new home, including 2 bowls, his litter pan, and his pillow.
His weight is 15 lbs. His estimated age is 6 yrs - not certain because he was a stray.
Acha has been neutered. His last rabies vaccination was obtained on 10/9/12. Copies of his medical records will be provided.
Acha is micro-chipped through Avid. This registration can be transferred. Paperwork to change the registration will be provided.
Acha uses his litter box every time. He is not declawed, but he wears soft paws well.
This is a courtesy lisitng. Please contact Acha's current family directly for more information or to arrange to meet him. Karman 407-756-8430 // Kym 407-756-8439
Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.
What's included in the adoption fee?
All cats and kittens in the It's All About the Cats adoption program will be spayed or neutered, be current on vaccines (rabies and FVRCP combo vaccines), and be treated for internal and external parasites.