Bandit is a friendly and outgoing cat who is always asking for attention. He's on the older side and might look rough around the edges, but he is a volunteer favorite who will quickly win your heart. Bandit gets along with most other cats but doesn't care that much about being buddies with them - he's much more interested in getting attention from people. He'll meow at you for attention and loves to be petted. Bandit definitely spent some time outside before coming to us and can be a little mouthy sometimes, but he just has one tooth so he's not harmful (cat-savvy kids would be best, if any). He would be a great companion and a good fit for most homes. Bandit has had quite a bit of medical care at our clinic prior to being up for adoption. He had a mass removed from his backside, most of his teeth removed, kidney issues, was diagnosed with a heart murmur, and had other physical injuries from living outdoors. Bandit has been cleaned up and can't wait to find a home to spoil him like he deserves! Bandit is currently on a canned prescription kidney food diet and we expect him to need a similar diet and additional lab testing for most of his life. Bandit was surrendered needing medical care through our clinic in June. He has about one tooth in his mouth and was born around 5/21/13. His adoption fee is $21. **Our shelter is open by appointment only for approved applicants. If you would like to adopt, the first step is to fill out an application at sftsrescue.org/adoptable-cats.** All of our cats are spayed or neutered, up to date on Rabies and FVRCP vaccines, microchipped, have tested negative for Feline Leukemia, and have received routine dewormer and flea/tick prevention. Some cats are also tested for FIV. All animals receive any necessary veterinary treatment such as surgeries, dental procedures, and other treatment as needed.
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