No longer a surprise

So there I was, minding my own business, dropping by the vet clinic to pick up some empty medicine bottles*. Big surprise I came home with this fellow:

Pharaoh

Good balance.

Short term; just to get him out of the clinic. They’ve posted him on the intake list. Sweet, sweet boy. He was adopted out just over seven years ago and recently returned because of allergies. He was pretty quickly adopted again. But last week he was returned because he was “being aggressive” to their child and peeing inappropriately. We sent him to the vet and the poor dude had urinary crystals AND painful dental disease. We’ve got him all fixed up and he’s ready for some loving foster care.

I’ve got him isolated because Fae’s being so weird and I don’t think he needs anymore stress right now. He seem friendly enough with other cats though. He did give me some stressful moments when he stopped eating. I diagnosed upset stomach from his post-op antibiotics. I got him to eat some baby food and then he chose kibble over canned food. I’m guessing it’s what he’s used to. We’ll work on that.

*we’re hoping to get some more medical supplies and needed small bottles to divide them up

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About Adventures in Cat Fostering

I am a cat fosterer for Toronto Cat Rescue. I also have two cats of my own, Jonesy, the black and white, and Murphy, the brown tabby, in the photo. Both were adopted from Toronto Cat Rescue.
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4 Responses to No longer a surprise

  1. What a handsome grey fellow you are, Pharaoh! Purrs, Quicksilver

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  2. better back with you than with people who obviously didn’t care enough to get him to a vet

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  3. LOL.. I’ve had that happen too many times

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  4. Aww, poor guy being returned twice. Argh! But hopefully he ends up in his perfect forever home. Our Woodrow was returned as well for urinary issues. But he’s ours now!

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