Madison, spayed female born 2011.
Madison was caught on Madison Avenue by one of our doctors to be spayed. We knew she was pregnant, but not exactly how pregnant she was. When we sedated her for the spay, she went into labor. Of course, she was sedated so she couldn’t push. We took her into emergency surgery, where 6 kittens were born via C-section, and she was spayed. Madison is a young, playful girl and has been a wonderful mother to her babies. All of her kittens have been adopted. She is young and deserves to be pampered after raising six healthy babies. Madison doesn’t mind other cats, but could go as a solo kitty, and does not care for dogs.
Madison was adopted by an Animal General client who needed a new kitty to fill her home after losing her older kitties to diseases recently. Thank you, JF!
** Incontinent cat – Needs Outdoor Home Only **
Nikko, spayed female, born approximately August 2011.
Nikko was rescued from Animal Control after being pulled from the streets. She had such severe genital wounds (bite wounds from a predator? burn?) that we didn’t know for weeks if she was a boy or a girl. Even through daily bandage changes she continued to purr and loved people. Once her wounds had healed, she was spayed and also had surgery to create a urinary opening (that had healed closed, too). Nikko was adopted and it wasn’t until she was in a home that we realized she has permanent nerve damage to her genitalia. Like a small child, she will wake up soaked in her own urine or lying next to poop. When she’s awake, she tries to use the box, but will often start burying and walking out before she’s done. After three comforters and a new rug in the span of a month, Nikko’s dad just couldn’t do it anymore. Nikko would be an amazing barn cat or outdoor cat. She’s great at catching things, is extremely sweet, and very playful.
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