Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Raynham Center MA: Junior the 10-12 year-old Brown Tabby Persian with special needs needs placement

Junior has a hiatal hernia that cannot be repaired as well as heart disease but you would never know he has an issue.
 Raynham is in Bristol County which is adjacent to Rhode Island.
Contact Rescuer Linda Brackett
Email: NOAHCATS@aol.com

Junior is a 10-12 year old brown tabby Persian that was put in a drop box at a Virginia shelter.  He has a hiatial hernia that cannot be repaired as well as heart disease.  
He was in bad shape when we took him. He has gained 5 pounds his coat is great and you would never know he has a issue. He runs around like a kitten at times. 
He is a dominate personality and is not afraid of anything. He is also a love bug.  I had made the decision to keep him and not place him.
At this point that is not an option.  He and my female are at great odds.  He is fine with the boys. My own cat is stressed and not using the litter box. 
He is in Massachusetts.   I have his vet records and echo report 

 
Junior needs a place without too many cats and no alpha cat. Geographic location is not as important as a loving placement.

Linda Brackett
Nemasket Orphaned Animal Haven Inc (NOAH)
Raynham Center, MA, 508-386-3729
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/MA262.html

NOTE:

On Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 9:34 AM, Linda Brackett <noahcats@aol.com> wrote:
He takes one pill a day it is about 10.00 month. He needs someone to love him and give him attention.  He is a sweetheart.  No issue pilling him.  He needs a place without too many cats and no Alfa cat. 
Location is not as important as a loving placement. 
He has been with our rescue for six months. I have not tried to "adopt" him as Massachusetts has laws re any animal cannot be adopted if on meds.  
We had planned to let him stay with me forever but the situation in the house is not good.