Cole was surrendered to our hospital when he came in as a very sick “blocked” urinary kitty. This condition is always a life and death situation where decisions and treatments need to happen very quickly. Although his owner loved him dearly she felt she would be unable to look after him and rather than euthanize she agree’d to surrender him.
The amount of crystallized “silt” in his bladder was some of the worst we had seen in a long time. He had a urinary and intravenous catheter placed and was given intensive treatments for several days. Thankfully he recovered quite well and with good nutrition instead of the grocery store food he had been fed previously there isn’t any reason to expect Cole to have any more problems.
Personality wise Cole is a little nervous of new situations but is super friendly and affectionate once he’s comfortable. He loves crinkle balls and dangly toys.
Medically he will need to stay on a urinary safe diet but thankfully these are no more expensive than most of the good quality diets on the market. He is FeLV/FIV negative and has had all his routine preventive care (Vaccinations/Deworming) updated.
If you have any questions about Cole or concerns about Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease please feel free to give us a call.
Our Adoption fee is $175/each this includes the full initial series of vaccinations, neutering, deworming, defleaing, fecal testing, FeLV/FIV testing, treatment for any external parasites, and microchipping.