We have Chester back (see the photo under the cut). He was my first charity stray kitty. He was a skin & bones stray slinking around outside the apartment. We brought him in and cleaned him up and found him a home. Unfortunately, that home discovered over the course of the past three years that allergies are intense and a crazy traveling work schedule meant they didn't feel capable of keeping the cat.
+ He's probably about 4.5 years old.
+ He is neutered
+ He combo-tested FELV/FIV negative, and a basic pre-op blood screen came up normal.
+ He has been fecal tested (negative for parasites) and has been de-wormed for whatever wasn't seen on the float.
+ He has been treated with Advantage and will come with a one-year PureVax rabies vaccine, rabies certificate, rabies tag, and 2 year FVRCP vaccine (next FVRCP will be good for 3 years). + I did not give him an FELV vaccine because he will only be going to a home that will keep him INDOORS ONLY!
+ He's microchipped with a HomeAgain Microchip, and I'd have that transferred to his new owners.
He's one of the friendliest and most easy-going cats I have met in quite a while. While he has not interacted with a dog at length, he was introduced to an easy-going, cat-friendly dog and showed no signs of fear or aggression towards it. He really didn't even care it was there. He's fine around our cats, but they are not fine around him. He hasn't paid much attention to the kittens.
He's currently eating Wellness kibble and doing great. He's packed on some pounds while at the home, so now he's on a diet and having his kibble strictly measured out. He's a huge kitty. When we found him and he was bony, he was still nearly 13lbs, and now I'd put him at probably nearly 17-18lbs. Healthy range for him would probably be near 13.5-14lbs max.
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