Age: 9 years old (born July 3, 2008)
Sex: neutered male (not declawed, very good at using the scratching tree)
Breed: Domestic Short-hair
Surrender Date: July 14, 2017
Reason for Surrender: Had a hard time living with the more than 10 other cats in the home, it stressed him to the point that he started to urinate outside the litterbox. Since he has been with us he has not had any problems.
Medical Conditions: Slightly misshapen left eye (does not bother him and does not require any medications).
Diet: Needs to eat a canned diet and only VOHC-approved kibbles (this keeps his urinary tract and mouth happy & healthy).
Ideal Home: No more than 1 cat, nervous about dogs; we are not sure how he is with kids but know that there were none in his previous home. Would enjoy someone who has time to play with him. Should be kept indoors unless he is on a leash. Should not be declawed. Very good jumper so may not be suitable for anyone with a lot of delicate knick-knacks.
Finn is healthy and playful and very chatty. We have become really fond of him and let him cruise around the clinic where he enjoys all the attention he can get. He can be a little shy at first (wouldn't eat for 2 days when he first arrived) but is very confident and affectionate (gives kisses!) once he gets to know you.
Finn has had full bloodwork run, been vaccinated, had his teeth cleaned, and is treated for fleas.
Please contact us if you are interested in meeting and potentially adopting Finn.
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