Domestic Short Hair, 2 years old - Adoption Fee $200
Hello Im Oliver,
Im a 2yr old living boy. My previous family were in the process of remodeling their house and getting ready for a baby, unfortunately my urine issues didnt fit into that plan and they made the decision to surrender me to my vet. It took a lot of work and networking, but everyone got together to fund my surgery and Ive been recovering at my foster moms apartment. I do have cystitis but the surgery I had ensures I wont have a urine blockage in the future. Since surgery Ive been using the litter box , eating, and adjusting to my new life. My foster mom has a big dog, shes nice so I dont mind her, I also live with another kitty. We dont love each other but we dont fight. I take a few days to adjust to a new place but once I figure out where my favorite spots are, I make myself at home.
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