Personality: Bunny is a social cat who will greet our staff at the door of her room. She enjoys petting and attention from people. She is happy hanging out being pet or playing with toys.
History: Bunny was adopted from us previously, she was returned due to a change in the owner's living situation.
Cat/Dog Skills: Bunny is currently living in our Sunshine room and enjoys the company of other relaxed cats. We do not have a history of Bunny and dogs.
Medical: Bunny appears to have a condition called allergic dermatitis or atopy. With this condition, the cat has allergies to common things in his or her environment such as pollens, grasses, dust mites, and fleas or other external parasites. As a response to these allergies, cats with this condition tend to develop itchy skin, ear infections, and ulcers of the lips/face/nose. This cat in particular has developed "rodent ulcers" which are chronically inflamed lesions along the top lip. This condition is not curable and is usually life-long, but can be managed with an owner who is committed to providing medicated baths, antibiotics, and anti-histamines, among other treatments prescribed by their veterinarian. On 7/12/20, we treated the cat with a long-acting steroid. This may improve her condition for a few weeks, but the adopting family must be willing to pursue further medical care as needed to manage her skin condition and to keep her comfortable.
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