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Domestic Short Hair, Mix
An adotable cat in Philadelphia, PA
Finbar (white with black) and Malachy (blue seal) were loved and very well cared for by my friend. This past Sunday their owner succumbed to a battle with cancer she fought over the last year. She had these two boys since they were quite young.
Finbar is seven and to the best of my knowledge a very healthy boy. I believe he needs annual shots. I am trying to confirm this with his vet. I think he is the boss of the two. It takes him a couple visits to warm up to people but then he is quite likeable. He loved to cuddle with his owner.
Malachy is eight and as a kitten had to undergo surgery for a perineal urethrostomy. He has had intermittent problems with urinary tract infection however it seems has always responded well to antibiotics. He just finished a course of drugs this past Saturday. He is currently just taking a nutritional supplement to acidify the urine. I am also trying to confirm his annual shot status. He also takes a few visits to warm up but less time if he gets his back scratched. He will keep coming back for that!
They live with a dog and everyone gets along great. I am wiling to get their shots up to date.
***This pet is available through a private home. This animal has not been evaluated by PAWS, and is not being fostered through PAWS. If you have any questions, please use the contact information listed in this add. PAWS will not be able to answer questions about this animal.***
If you are itnerested in adopting these two, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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PAWS (Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society)
Phone: 215-238-9901 ext. 30