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|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-15-00076Spookitti (female)|
I originally rescued Spookitti from a breeder that was closing her business. As a kitten, Spooky was shy and a little anxious but developed a close relationship with my siamese cat. When he passed away she became very anxious and unhappy so i decided to get another sphynx in the hopes of providing her with a buddy. Well, that did not turn out as I anticipated. She never grew close to him and they continue to have issues with each other to this day. She spends her time under a blanket or fighting with him depute my relentless attempts to give her attention and space. I feel that I can no longer help her and that she deserves to be 'top cat'. I had to move recently with my sister who has 2 cats and a dog! She is miserable and I feel for her. If you can give her what she needs to be happy you would be doing her and I a great service. (Less)
Toronto, Ontario Canada
|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-13-00243Henry (male)|
Hi all, My 4 year old Peterbald Sphynx, Henry, has a parasite called Tritrichomonas Foetus, which gives him chronic diarrhea. I have tried to rid him of several times using Ronidazole . The parasite seems to be resistant to Ronidazole, as it keeps coming back. My vet now says that he will likely carry it forever, and will pass it on to other cats. My partner and I are moving in together May 1st, and I am not able to bring Henry with me, as she has a Cornish Rex with IBD, and I don't want to risk passing the parasite on to her cat. There are no other adverse effects of the parasite, and it can't be passed on to humans. Henry is currently in a very loving (temporary) foster home. His foster parents are not able to keep him long-term, so I am looking for a loving, understanding, forever home for Henry with no other cats. He is the most lovable, affectionate, happy boy and would be a great companion in a single cat household. Let me know if you or anyone you know can help out. (Less)
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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Sphynx Cats can make good pets in Canada if they match your IifestyIe. The Sphynx is an almost or completely hairless cat. Sphynx Cats need to be bathed and have their ears cleaned since they have no hair to soak up their natural oils. Sphynx Cats are very healthy and hardy. This breed is smart and inquisitive. Sphynx Cats can be very entertaining and absolutely love human attention. Sphynx Cats typically get along well with other pets. This breed needs to be kept indoors.
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