Adoptions

If you are interested in meeting any of our sweet kittens, please call us at 919-929-3352 today!

Jimmy
Jimmy was found living in the woods with his brothers, Johnny and Willie, and brought to us to help find their forever home. He is up to date on all his vaccines, including rabies. The brothers are still shy and we are working on socializing them, but they are very sweet! As of October, the boys are about 5 months old.

 

 

Willie
Willie was found living in the woods with his brothers, Jimmy and Johnny, and brought to us to help find their forever home. He is up to date on all his vaccines, including rabies. The brothers are still shy and we are working on socializing them, but they are very sweet! As of October, the boys are about 5 months old.

 

 

Johnny
Johnny was found living in the woods with his brothers, Jimmy and Willie, and brought to us to help find their forever home. He is up to date on all his vaccines, including rabies. The brothers are still shy and we are working on socializing them, but they are very sweet! As of October, the boys are about 5 months old.

 

 

Patsy
Patsy was found living in the woods with Johnny, Jimmy and Willie, and brought to us to help find their forever home. Se is up to date on all her vaccines, including rabies. She is a bit shyer than the boys we are working on socializing her, but they are all very sweet! As of October, she is about 6 months old.

 

 

Mac and Cheeks
This sweet boy was left in a carrier on our door step, covered in his own urine and feces. After doing a thorough examination on him, our doctors discovered that he wasn’t neutered, all his canine teeth were broken, and he had old injuries that had healed on their own, including two broken legs and a broken jaw. We also confirmed that he is FIV positive.

Since coming to Cole Park Veterinary Hospital, Mac has been treated for ear mites, skin lesions from scratching himself, his broken teeth were removed, he was neutered, given vaccines, and we performed an entropion surgery that prevents his lower eyelid from folding in and causing irritation.

Mac does not currently require any treatment for his FIV. He does get a specially compounded medication called Gabapentin, a muscle relaxer to help the pain in his previously broken legs.

Even though Mac had a difficult start in his life and was clearly struggling to survive on his own, he absolutely LOVES people! He has adapted perfectly to being around us, is extremely affectionate, and will hold onto your hand when you leave his room after a visit. We believe Mac would prefer to be an only cat in the household.

A diagnosis of FIV is not a death sentence. Cats with FIV live long, normal, full lives and make wonderful companions. They have a slightly increased risk of infection.

If you or someone you know would like to spend time with Mac, he would certainly enjoy meeting new friends!

If you are interested in adopting him, there is an application process but his adoption fee has been covered by a generous donation.

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