Itsy Bitsy was surrendered to Cameron Animal Hospital with multiple other cats as part of a hoarding situation. He is a sweet, affectionate cat, and will thrive in a quiet home of his own.
Itsy isnt quite as bitsy as his name implies; hes a big solid boy, and he loves to eat. He does have hyperthyroidism, which means that his thyroid gland is overactive. However, the condition is compeltely controlled by medication which he eats in his food twice daily. He has had general bloodwork, which shows that he is completely healthy. He is FeLV/FIV (-/-), fecal tested, and fully vaccinated.
Itsy Bitsy can be a bit shy when he first meets you and in new situations, but he settles in quickly, and is very affectionate. Although he is an older boy, he still has bursts of playfulness, and he is very curious once he is comfortable. He will do best in a quiet home without young children. He would do well as a single cat, or with a calm older cat.
Itsy Bitsy deserves a home and family of his own to love. Please email CAHadoptions@gmail.com for more information.
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