Thanks for everything! You are a great friend. And thanks for introducing me to this site! Butler is so lost. He keeps looking for her. Sounds like me. I even put the sink on thinking she will come.
I never rush adoptions.... it has to be the right time for the family. I have Grizz until that right family comes along. So far she is living with us in our camping cabin because my one cat beats her up. So, up there she gets to be safe from my cat Boris. My Boris is a female, and very territorial. I just introduced a new cat to my home, Calloway, and Boris leaves him alone. Guess he puts off enough of a dominant vibe for her to not pick on him.
Whenever you are ready to meet, Grizz will be waiting. Just put my number in your phone and call me.
Take care, and know that Princess is in good hands. HUGS to you.
Call me.... 484-866-0046
If you like her, we'll do a private adoption, not through the shelter.... that way she's free and I know you and trust you, so I don't need to do any references and all the crap the shelter goes through. I'll send you the link to her Pet Finder page. She's a long haired tortie who is just the biggest lovebug, wants attention all the time, and if I didn't have 6 at home, I'd keep her myself, lol
I happen to have a foster who needs a home. She is a maine coon mix, her name is Grizzly, and she is the sweetest thing on earth. Would you like me to bring her to meet you??
Jenn, I don't know the difference between acute or chronic. Vet never said. However, first visit was treated at office. She did great for a month. Now she needed to stay in hospital. Butler is so lost without her. Thanks for the idea to post under Cat Health.
Make a post under Cat Health... many people here deal with acute/chronic renal failure. They will have more info than I. I'm so sorry to hear of this.
Hi Sue, is it acute or chronic? WIth the right treatment and the right meds they can live long healthy lives. I will be thinking of you and your kitty, Princess.
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