Shane and Shaun (more white on face) arrived to us from the NY home where they were born, and lived with their Mama cat and sibling Shayla, their entire lives. Unfortunately, due to health issues, our rescue friend and their owner was no longer able to care for them.
Both seniors, are incredibly sweet and relaxed, although not particularly easily handled to trim their nails. Shaun and Shane have both completed their much needed dental with 8 extractions each, with senior blood work, and after being here for so long now, are no longer a bonded pair.
We are a "Protect the Pets" rescue with established nutritional protocols for our cats. We mandate responsible vaccination protocols and titer testing in order to provide continuous protection and compliancy with the Rabies Control Act of South Carolina Statute Section 47-5-60. Please ensure your vet recognizes titers and is willing to offer affordable titer testing versus blindly overdosing pets with unnecessary vaccinations which contribute to the 50% national cancer rates being newly diagnosed annually in 10 - 12 million companion animals. The health of our pets is our main priority, and we require our nutritional and vaccination protocols be maintained. We will not allow our pets to be subjected to even a second unnecessary vaccination overdose, when checking titers can easily be incorporated into annual wellness exams for our animals.
The entire veterinary file always accompanies each of our cats upon adoption and we provide full transparency with the care we have provided.
Please contact Christine@Headbutthotel.org for our adoption paperwork.
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